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West Ham United are looking for a new striker in the January transfer window and have enquired about the conditions of signing Chelsea striker, Armando Broja.

With Michail Antonio out with an injury, Jarrod Bowen, a productive winger, has been David Moyes’ main source of goals. As a result, The Hammers are looking to add a striker to their lineup and have identified Broja, who they were previously linked to last summer, for a potential January transfer.

The Chelsea forward scored in the 2-0 victory over Fulham to mark his eagerly anticipated first start of the season after making a protracted injury comeback against Aston Villa.

The Hammers are reportedly targeting Hugo Ekitike, a striker for Paris Saint-Germain, in addition to Broja, for the center-forward position.

During the summer, Broja agreed to a contract deal that will keep him at Stamford Bridge until 2028. It’s probable that the 22-year-old, who is rated at £24 million by Transfermarkt, will make a move this winter in response to interest from West Ham, given Chelsea’s constant links with a move for another striker.

Should Broja be acquired by West Ham?

The previous season, West Ham, led by Moyes, had a difficult start to the Premier League, fighting for survival and scoring just 11 goals in their first 13 games.

With 34 goals scored thus far this season, the club has improved significantly and has more than doubled its goal total from the previous season. This comeback demonstrates the attacking ability and positive influence that Moyes has brought to the team. contributing to their improved performance in front of goal.

The Hammers are now four points behind fourth-place Arsenal in the Premier League standings, where they won convincingly on matchday 20. They are currently in sixth position with 33 points.

Broja’s arrival would bolster their attacking prowess, as they too require depth after qualifying for the Europa League knockout rounds.

While on loan at Southampton, Broja shown his ability, and his physicality and quickness perfectly complement West Ham’s counterattacking style.

When the Hammers play Brighton and Hove Albion, they will try to win three straight games because a win would get them within striking distance of fourth-place Arsenal.

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