Chelsea ready to listen to offers for Hakim Ziyech

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Chelsea would be probably letting go of one of their key players, Hakim Ziyech. The Moroccan playmaker is currently unsatisfied with the lack of playing time under the new boss, Thomas Tuchel.

Despite winning the Champions League with the Blues, the club is willing to listen to the offers by interested clubs. He had been a crucial player for the Premier League club. He scored the winners against Manchester City (in two occasions) and against Sheffield United.

Ziyech has still four years left at his contract and would be disappointed after joining the club for just a single season.

Napoli and AC Milan eager about signing Chelsea wizard Hakim Ziyech

Hakim Ziyech joined the Pensioners after two superb years at Ajax. Although he has achieved one of his biggest dreams, winning the Champions League, he might be reportedly leaving Stamford Bridge.

According to Italian media outlet Gazetta dello Sport, he is not in good terms with Thomas Tuchel, who currently achieved a contract expansion as the head coach. Despite playing more matches under the current head coach as compared to the previous coach Frank Lampard, the 28-year-old attacking midfielder is still unhappy.

Currently, Serie A heavyweights, AC Milan and Napoli are interested in him. The former club had qualified for the Champions League for the first time since 2013-14. Whereas, the latter club would play in the Europa League next season.

The Rossoneri have already been in contact with the Blues for the permanent transfer of loanee Fikayo Tomori, who impressed in his debut season at Italy. He played a crucial role in the club finishing at an impressive 2nd position in the Serie A.

Luciano Spaletti, the new coach for the Naples club, however is looking for a rebuild of his new club. Ziyech would be the perfect signing he would be wishing for.

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