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Fulham are set to trigger a £4million payment to Chelsea for striker Armando Broja under the terms of his January loan deal.

The Cottagers struck a deadline day loan deal for Broja to move across west London having originally been quoted £50million to sign him permanently.

Having also refused to pay a straight £5million loan fee, Fulham and Chelsea eventually agreed a deal structure dependent on the number of games he plays.

Mail Sport understands the specific terms of the deal are that Fulham would pay nothing if Broja played 60 percent or more of the matches, of which there were 16 at the time he joined.

However, the Cottagers would be required to pay a fee of £4million to their local rivals if they failed to meet that mark.

Fulham are set to trigger a £4million payment to Chelsea for striker Armando Broja
Broja moved to Fulham on loan in a January deadline day deal from Chelsea

If Broja doesn’t start every game between now and the end of the season, the payment will be triggered.

At the time Chelsea believed the transfer was a ‘win-win’ situation for them.

Chelsea had hoped Broja would make a significant impact at Fulham which would increase his value ahead of attempts to sell him permanently in the summer. If it didn’t workout that way, they would at least be compensated.

Indeed, the deal has so far been unsuccessful on the pitch out as Broja is yet to start a single game since his arrival and has failed to score.

Chelsea had hoped Broja would make a significant impact at Fulham which would increase his value

Fulham are sympathetic to Chelsea’s emerging concerns over Broja’s value but head coach Marco Silva has been hugely impressed with the form of Rodrigo Muniz since the Blues striker’s arrival.

Broja was signed as a alternative to Fulham’s first choice striker Raul Jimenez, who has missed six weeks through injury, but Muniz has stepped up scoring five goals in his previous six.

Broja missed the first game since his move through illness, and Muniz has been excellent ever since.

Indeed, Fulham sources have indicated that Muniz’s value has increased by an estimated £20million due to his impressive scoring form.





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