The January transfer market is shaping up to be a key moment for Inter Milan, as the Italian club is considering the option of strengthening its attack. According to the print edition of Gazzetta dello Sport, via FCInterNews, Inter is considering the possibility of signing Chelsea striker Armando Broja on loan.
The need to strengthen Inter’s offensive front has become evident this season. Despite having figures such as Lautaro Martínez and Marcus Thuram, the attacking options have been reduced due to various circumstances. Marko Arnautovic’s injury has raised questions about his contribution throughout the campaign, and Alexis Sánchez is yet to regain his best form.
Inter considers the loan of Armando Broja for the winter market
Inter is therefore carefully evaluating the options available in the winter market. Porto’s Mehdi Taremi’s name has emerged as a top target for the Nerazzurri, and they could look to sign him in January or consider a free transfer next summer.
However, another name that is on the table is Armando Broja, from Chelsea. The Albanian international has been on Inter’s radar since his loan spell at Vitesse, and the Italian club sees the 22-year-old striker as a possible solution to their attacking problems.
Inter would only be interested in signing Broja on loan, and Chelsea could be willing to consider this option. The Blues’ main concern would be providing playing time for Broja, given that there are doubts about his ability to be a regular starter for the London team for the rest of the season.
The January market promises to be busy for Inter Milan, as they seek to strengthen their squad and ensure the necessary options to compete on multiple fronts. The final decision on Armando Broja and other possible reinforcements will only become clear in the coming weeks when the transfer window opens and negotiations are defined.