Chelsea’s valuation for one of their players could soar after the Euros.

The Blues could have several players competing at the tournament this summer, including England duo Cole Palmer and Conor Gallagher and Albania star Armando Broja.

While Palmer will not be going anywhere after the season he has had, both Gallagher and Broja have been linked with moves away from Stamford Bridge.

It has been claimed that Chelsea’s London rivals Tottenham Hotspur are now preparing to make an offer for the former.

As for Broja, despite still being 22, a switch to the Saudi Pro League has not been ruled out.

Armando Broja and Conor Gallagher of Chelsea chat after the Carabao Cup Third Round match between Chelsea and Brighton & Hove Albion at Stamfor...
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How much Chelsea want

Getting the likes of Gallagher and Broja out of Stamford Bridge in the upcoming transfer window is not going to be cheap.

For example, according to The Athletic, Chelsea want £35m for the latter.

The same outlet claims that that price could also go up if the Albania international delivers at Euro 2024.

Regarding Gallagher, another report from talkSPORT says the Blues are demanding more than £50m for the England midfielder.

Can Chelsea get more than £35m for Armando Broja after Euro 2024?

Even if Broja has a brilliant tournament, it seems difficult. Chelsea have been shopping the striker around for a while now, even letting him join Fulham on loan during the January transfer window.

Clubs know that Chelsea are more than happy to offload him this summer.

He was not able to make an impact in the Premier League during his loan spell at Fulham either. A few good games at the Euros may not be enough to get sides to overlook that.

During another loan at Southampton, his former manager Ralph Hasenhuttl described him as “dangerous”. However, after failing to make a single start at Craven Cottage, he was unable to show that in the second half of the season.

Whatever happens at the Euros, Chelsea are going to find it hard to sell Broja for over £35m.

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