Albania striker Armando Broja has marked an additional six-year contract at Chelsea.
The 20-year-old participated in an important development spell at Southampton last season and was the subject of move interest from Everton, Newcastle and West Ham over the pre-summer.
Regardless, a move away never arisen and he has now devoted his future to the Blues, composing one more plan until 2028 on Friday.
Tending to Chelsea’s club channels, Broja said: “I’m lost for words essentially considering everything. It’s the club I’ve yearned for playing for seemingly everlastingly, the club that I support and the club that I love. I’ve been here since I was a youngster so it’s a peculiar tendency for myself as well as my friends and family.
“To have the choice to get into the blue shirt with the chief gathering is a little look at paradise. It’s dumbfounding every second that you get to play on the pitch since this is maybe of the best club on earth.
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“There’s for the most part challenge and everyone needs to play so I’m essentially happy that I get the opportunity to be a piece of it. In a perfect world I get to play a lot of matches and be a piece of the gathering’s thriving.”
Chelsea manager Todd Boehly added: “We are blissful Armando has zeroed in on Chelsea. He is an energetic and empowering striker and a significant piece of our plans pushing ahead.”