When the exchange franticness is finished, the following huge thing on in

between time wearing chief Todd Boehly's plan will be to get some agreement recharges arranged, with Mason Mount, Reece James, and Édouard Mendy at the first spot on that list.

Another name we can add to that rundown presently is youthful Armando Broja, as per the Athletic, talks ("it is thought") are as of now "occurring"

on working on his ongoing agreement, despite the fact that it actually has four years left to run.

Broja marked that drawn out bargain simply the previous summer, however performed honorably on his credit at Southampton and seems to be important for the Chelsea first-group going ahead this season as of now — notwithstanding any somewhat late improvements in the two or three weeks.

He's shown up in every one of our initial two games, having made his a long time back as of now.

A better than ever agreement would clearly be an incredible demonstration of positive support for this season, yet particularly for the future,

 paying little mind to how the remainder of the exchange window works out. Broja's still only 20 (turns 21 one month from now),

which is not difficult to neglect, and he has a long and ideally productive vocation in front of him; ideally in Chelsea Blue!