Armando Broja is scheduled to join West Ham United this summer as a result of allegations that Leeds United are interested in signing the Chelsea striker.
Broja, 20, spent last season on loan at Southampton, scoring 11 goals in 34 games for Vitesse Arnhem.
Last term, the Albanian international showed more promise, even if he only scored six times in 32 outings.
Broja is returning to Chelsea, but it seems a little unlikely that he will start a regular first-team role.
Chelsea may loan or even sell Broja this summer, and there are plenty of potential purchasers.
Armando Broja is open to joining West Ham United.
According to reports on Tuesday night, West Ham and Chelsea are in discussions about purchasing Broja, which includes a deal worth up to 30 million people.
90Min then claimed that Leeds United also wanted Broja alongside Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
West Ham is set to battle for Broja, but the striker is concerned about making the move.
Broja is willing to join West Ham, according to the Express, and will listen to any offer from the Hammers.
Broja is keen to stay at Chelsea too, but he is spotted by West Ham.
The Hammers have a wide range of Europa League football to offer, and they will be aiming for the top six next season.
This must be attractive to Broja, and must be a concern for Leeds, who had hoped to have relegation last term.
Broja has a lot to think about right now. Is he willing to try his luck at Chelsea? Even Tammy Abraham had to leave the Blues in search of playing time?
Is Broja going to West Ham? Michail Antonios'' presence would likely mean that Broja would be in and out of the West Ham side.
Another loan offer might be offered, which may well be Leeds'' best bid, but his most likely destination now is West Ham.