Chelsea striker Armando Broja is expected to leave the club on loan for the season before the window closes at the end of the month as the club intensifies its pursuit of Romela Lukaku.
Broya, who ran the last campaign on loan from Dutch Vitesse Arnhem, is supposed to be prioritizing another move abroad.
The Serie A team Udinese has already been mentioned as a possible destination.
Brocha, who scored against Chelsea in their 2-1 pre-season friendly over Bournemouth last week, has scored 10 times for Vitesse in the 2020-21 season.
He signed a new five-year contract last week, unlike many of Chelsea’s young players who decided to leave this summer.
Lewis Beit, Myles Peart-Harris, Dinel Simeu and Tino Livramento have moved over to other Premier League teams in the past few months.
Chelsea’s willingness to let Broja go suggests they are gearing up to bring another striker to Stamford Bridge this summer, with Lukaku as the main target. Currently, they only have Tammy Abraham and Timo Werner as the regular No. 9, while Kai Havertz can also play there.