Armando Broja has signed a contract extension at Stamford Bridge. He has signed a six year contract extension. This new contract will keep the striker with Chelsea until 2028.
The Albanian born in Berkshire, England joined Chelsea’s youth setup in 2009. Having also spent time with the youth academies of Burnham Juniors and Tottenham Hotspur.
Broja broke into the senior Chelsea side in 2020. He made his professional debut in a 4–0 home win against Everton. Since then the 20-year-old has made five league appearances for Chelsea. After successful loan spells in Vitesse and with Southampton he now signs a long term deal.
The Blues announced, ‘Armando Broja has committed his future to Chelsea by signing a new long-term contract until 2028.’
The striker, said on completion of his six-year deal: “I’m lost for words really just thinking about it. It’s the club I’ve dreamed of playing for my whole life, the club that I support and the club that I love. I’ve been here since I was a boy so it’s a surreal feeling for me and my family.
“ It’s amazing every minute that you get to play on the pitch because this is one of the biggest clubs in the world. There’s always competition and everyone wants to play so I’m just happy that I have the opportunity to be a part of it. Hopefully I get to play a lot of matches and be a part of the team’s success.”
On agreeing the new contract, Todd Boehly, chairman, said: “Delighted Armando has committed to Chelsea. He is a young and exciting striker and a big part of our plans moving forward.”