Fulham target Armando Broja is now available on a straight loan move away from Chelsea on transfer deadline day, according to The Athletic.


Broja has been in the shop window all winter but Chelsea were adamant about selling him throughout the window.


The Blues were only willing to accept a loan offer if there was an obligatory purchase clause in the proposed deal, which made many of his suitors look at other options.




However, with less than a day left in the window, Chelsea are now prepared to let the striker leave on a straight loan.


The Blues are ready to accept to loan him out if the deal involves a significant loan fee and commitments on regular game time.



Chelsea want Broja to play regular football in the latter half of the season to potentially protect his value.


If their conditions are not met, the striker could stay on at Chelsea for the rest of the season.



Fulham have been in talks with Chelsea over signing Broja and it remains to be seen whether they can get a deal over the line in time for tonight’s deadline.