West Ham expected to change system after journalist's Armando Broja update - pundit
West Ham could change system if they get a deal for Chelsea striker Armando Broja over the line.
That is the view of former Spurs and England number one Paul Robinson, speaking exclusively to Football Insider about the where the 20-year-old would fit into David Moyes’s side.
Broja has attracted interest from multiple Premier League clubs following an impressive loan spell at Southampton.
Speaking on his YouTube channel (18 July), Fabrizio Romano claimed the striker is “really close” to joining the Hammers.
The proposal is said to be worth around £30million, with personal terms already agreed between player and club.
The Albania international has four years remaining on his contract at Stamford Bridge.
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When asked by Football Insider if Broja would replace Michail Antonio in the starting XI at the London Stadium, Robinson said: “I don’t know if he’ll replace Antonio in that starting XI.
“I think he will give them another option.
“Antonio started last season incredibly. He will irreplaceable up to Christmas. There was a patch when West Ham struggled a bit and the goals dried up and that is why they needed an alternative, someone to share the burden.
“I think Broja gives David Moyes another option. He could even play two up top with the both of them starting. He could change his system. In the current system Antonio starts to me. Broja gives them great options.”