July 6, 2022

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Chelsea starlets Broja and Colwill will not accept transfer offers until crisis-club’s future is resolved

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Southampton loanee Armando Broja has stood out at St Mary’s this season
Huddersfield loanee Levi Colwill will have to wait until Chelsea’s takeover is complete

Boehly closes in on Chelsea deal, Blues’ Premier league status in JEOPARDY Broja, 20, has hit nine goals on loan at Southampton, though his form has tailed off of late and he last hit the back of the net at the beginning of March. Real Madrid vs Man City: Get max £5 bet on Real at 18/1, or Citizens at 10/1 Captain Cesar Azpilicueta has also been linked with Barca as his his contract runs out in June as well.

England Under-21 centre-back Colwill, 19, has shone on loan at Huddersfield, who have qualified for the Championship play-offs.
Saints would like to sign him again on another season’s loan, while there is interest at home and abroad in the Albanian forward. Chelsea are currently in need of defenders with centre-backs Andreas Christensen and Antonio Rudiger set to join Barcelona and Real Madrid on respective free transfers.

The Blues are currently in the midst of a takeover process as Roman Abramovich sells up. CHELSEA whizkids Armando Broja and Levi Colwill are waiting on the club’s future before they can have their own sorted out.

But until then there is the possibility that the Blues may have to rely on their existing squad, meaning there is a chance highly-rated Broja and Colwill will be involved. That could be the case anyway after encouraging campaigns from both starlets. SUPER BOOST They are unable to buy or sell players, or offer new contracts, while the sanctioned Russian oligarch remains at the helm.

The West Londoners also have other key figures, such as N’Golo Kante and Jorginho, with deals set to expire in a year’s time. FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS – BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS BLUES NEWS