Armando Broja to become regular starter under Potter?
Chelsea manager Graham Potter is prepared to hand a regular starting role to Armando Broja after the international break.
The Albania international was fancied to leave the Blues earlier this summer, but the hierarchy refused to sanction his sale.
West Ham United were prepared to pay around £35m for him, but the Blues decided that it was better to keep him instead.
Broja has since signed a new long-term contract with the club, and The Sun report that he could soon become a regular starter.
As per the publication, the Blues graduate has made a good impression during recent training sessions under new boss Potter.
It is added that the ex-Brighton manager is already considering starting Broja ahead of new signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Aubameyang joined the Blues on deadline day from Barcelona, but he has yet to find the back of the net in two appearances.
The Gabon star is eager to prove himself despite Thomas Tuchel's exit, but he could be running out of opportunities already.