The 20-year-old striker spent last season on loan at Southampton from the west London club, but it looks like he could be on the move again this summer.
What’s the latest on Broja?
Broja has drawn interest from a number of clubs over the summer, after an impressive spell at Southampton last season.
West Ham, Everton and Newcastle United have all been linked with a move for the Albanian striker according to the Daily Mail.
The Irons made their third senior signing of the summer transfer window last week, after bringing in midfielder Flynn Downes from Swansea for a reported £12m.
The arrival comes after West Ham had secured the signings of Rennes centre-back Nayef Aguerd and the permanent signing of Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Alphonse Areola, after the Frenchman spent the season on loan at the London Stadium during the last campaign.
And Jones believes that the Irons will be first in line should Broja decide to leave Chelsea this summer.
What has Jones said about Broja?
He told GIVEMESPORT: “It’s all part of the discussions that they’re having this week.
“If Broja wants to go then they’re totally open to the player having a big say in where he actually ends up.
“As it stands, West Ham are basically at the front of the queue.”
Would Broja be a good signing for West Ham?
Broja would likely solve a striker shortage problem that the Irons have been suffering from for a while, with Michail Antonio having to play in an unfamiliar centre-forward role for the majority of last season.
The 6 foot 3 beast used his height to his advantage last season, ranking in the top 14% of strikers across Europe’s top five leagues and European competition for aerial duels won per 90 minutes (4.28) last season, according to FBref.
The £19.8m-rated man would likely be an excellent addition for Moyes’ side, and he could provide the tonic for the Irons to break into the top six on a regular basis.