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Everton make formal approach for £30m ‘amazing’ player

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According to the Daily Mail, Everton have expressed their interest in recruiting Chelsea forward Armando Broja.

Reports indicate that both West Ham and Everton made official contact with Tuchel’s side in an attempt to sign Broja this summer.

According to the Daily Mail, Newcastle also enquired about signing the striker valued at £30 million.

Armando Broja would find Newcastle United’s move more appealing than Everton.

Callum Wilson and Chris Wood are two excellent strikers for Newcastle, but Broja is only 20 and has time on his hands.

PIF, Newcastle’s extremely wealthy owners, have big ambitions for the club’s future.

Newcastle formally contacted the Blues about landing the 20-year-old Albanian international striker, according to a report in The Northern Echo on June 24.

The Magpies intend to achieve significant success in the upcoming years.

Everton is a seasoned Premier League club, but at the close of the previous campaign, they narrowly survived relegation to the Championship.

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