- Wolves had previously pressed pause on their attempts to sign Armando Broja
- But they could re-enter the market for the striker if his £5m loan fee is dropped
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Wolves are following the Armando Broja situation closely.
They had been tracking the Chelsea forward all month, only to press pause on the deal – as revealed by Mail Sport in January – because the proposed loan deal contained an obligation to buy at £35million.
That was deemed too high by Wolves, and so is the current loan fee of £5m. If that drops, though, their position may change.
Wolves could step back into the market to sign Armando Broja if his £5m loan fee is reduced
Gary O'Neil's side had previously hit pause on a move to bring him to Molineux amid financial concerns
Mail Sport understands that Gary O'Neil and Wolves' recruitment team were big admirers of the Albanian forward.
Broja has scored twice in 19 appearances for the club this season, after having made his return from an ACL injury that had kept him sidelined for almost a year.
More to follow...
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