Broja has moved to Vitesse for the season.
The attacker will be joining Vitesse aiming to nail down a first full season as a senior player with the Eredivisie outfit. Broja, just 18, was born and raised in London, but has been capped by Albania at U21 level. Broja has a contract to 2022.
He told the club's website: “I know examples from Mason Mount, but also from Lewis Baker and Dominic Solanke. For myself I see Vitesse as the ideal club to make my launch. I want to grow as a player and as a person. And above all: score a lot of goals. I will give everything for that."
For their part, Vitesse management are delighted with Broja's arrival. The Dutch club's scouting and technical team are convinced Broja can make a big impact in Holland for the new season.
Vitesse technical director Johannes Spors also said: “It is clear that Armando is a very welcome reinforcement. Armando is tall, strong and has proven to easily find the target in recent years.
"In addition, he brings just a few other qualities, making him an addition to our squad. With the arrival of Armando, as the fourth acquisition, our squad is increasingly taking the desired form."
- updated August 24