West Ham are unlikely to reignite their interest in Chelsea striker Armando Broja who is now a serious target for Fulham and Wolves ahead of Thursday’s transfer deadline, according to the Evening Standard.


Chelsea are prepared to move on Broja before the transfer window closes on Thursday night.


The Blues need to bring in funds before attempting to sign a striker and the Albanian is a player they want to cash in on soon.




West Ham had a bid rejected for Broja last summer and there have been suggestions that they could again try to sign him in the winter window.


However, it has been claimed that West Ham are unlikely to make a move for Broja before Thursday’s deadline.



The Hammers have signed Kalvin Phillips on loan but David Moyes is open to bringing in more reinforcements.


A striker is on their agenda but for the moment, it seems unlikely that Broja will be a target.



Fulham and Wolves are in talks with Chelsea over signing the forward on a loan deal with a buy option dependent on his appearances and performance.