Chelsea willing to offload Hakim Ziyech

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Chelsea might be reportedly selling one of their key players in the squad, Hakim Ziyech this summer. Despite his big contributions to the club, such as 1-0 and 2-1 wins against Manchester City in the FA Cup and Premier League, the 28-year-old midfielder might be leaving Stamford Bridge.

The Blues won the UEFA Champions League in style. They defeated unbeaten Manchester City by 1-0 after a first half lead by Kai Havertz. However, they lost 1-0 in the FA Cup final and could make it to the top four thanks to Tottenham defeating Leicester City on the final matchday of the league.

He still has four more years left in his contract but the club is willing to listen to the offers. Italian giants AC Milan and Napoli are the clubs who are interested in acquiring his services.

Chelsea selling their midfield wizard Ziyech would be a big mistake!

Hakim Ziyech joined Chelsea from Eredivisie record champions Ajax towards the beginning of 2020-21 season. However, within just one year, the Morrocan midfielder might have to opt for another club.

In his 39 appearances for the club, he had scored six goals and assisted 4 times. He was part of the young Ajax squad that ultimately fell down to Tottenham Hotspur in the semis of 2018-19 Champions League. But, he took the revenge by winning the top competition with his current club.

According to Calciomercato, Ziyech could be leaving the Premier League and making a move to Italy. Currently, Milan and Napoli are the ones who are really interested in signing him.

The Italian giants are looking for revival in the Serie A and would like to strengthen their midifeld section. Napoli move would mean that Ziyech could play alongside Victor Osimhen, who is also rumoured for a move away from current Ligue 1 winners, Lille.

AC Milan have made it to the Champions League for the first time since 2013-14 season and are looking forward to challenge all the other teams. However, the Chelsea fans are not happy with the rumours as they wish that “se queda” (he stays) !

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