will now accept loan offers for , with the club desperate to get the striker off the on Deadline Day.
The Blues had initially been seeking a £50million fee for Broja but the likes of Fulham and deemed that excessive.
Chelsea need to balance the books at Stamford Bridge following their unprecedented spending over the last two years.
The 22-year-old is a Chelsea academy product and the club could therefore use the entirety of any fee they get for him to reinvest, in line with Profit and Sustainability rules.
But, after rejecting a bid from Wolves, Chelsea have now lowered their demands according to the Athletic.
The club will now accept a ‘significant’ loan fee in order for clubs to sign Broja for the remainder of the season.
Chelsea will also accept an obligation to buy, provided its at the right price.
Broja was an unused substitute in the side’s 4-1 defeat to Liverpool on Wednesday.
He returned from nine months out with an ACL injury earlier this season.
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