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Everton waiting for Chelsea to decide the futures of two talented stars

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Everton are targetting both Armando Broja and Conor Gallagher from Chelsea this summer and are waiting for the London club to make a decision on both players’ futures.

Chelsea co-owner Todd Boehly will meet with Armando Broja this week to discuss the striker’s future reports the Evening Standard as Everton have discussed terms of an approach worth £30m but face competition from West Ham, who are considering whether to match their offer for the 20-year-old.

Broja is said to want either a substantial role at Chelsea or a permanent move to a Premier League rival ahead of next season, therefore, when Newcastle made a loan approach for the Albania international it was turned down.

According to Sky Sports, Frank Lampard has identified Broja as one possible replacement for Richarlison – who joined Tottenham last week – but will be made to wait before completing any potential deal as Chelsea are said to be assessing the striker’s performances during pre-season before making a decision on his future.

This could be sped up after the 20-year-old’s talks with Boehly as the striker is a player that has a lot of interest surrounding him.

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Aside from Broja, Everton are also keen on bringing Conor Gallagher to Goodison Park for the new campaign but just like the Albanian international, Thomas Tuchel hasn’t made a decision on his future yet.

Gallagher was immense for Crystal Palace last season and won the club’s Player of the Season award and became a full international with England. According to the Evening Standard, there are several clubs interested in the 22-year-old but they, along with Everton, will be made to wait a little longer as Boehly and Tuchel try to work out their squad for next season.

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