Manchester United wants to sign Chelsea winger Hakim Ziyech in Transfer Window.


Manchester United are looking to sign in Chelsea attacker Hakim Ziyech to their squad. Manchester United did not had quite the start which they were looking for this season. As earlier back to back defeat for the Red Devils by Brighton & Hove Albion and Brentford was a bit shock. Manchester United’s manager Erik ten Hag is still searching for options in the Summer transfer window to build up his squad. Erik ten Hag have been quite determine to bring the Chelsea’s forward Hakim Ziyech, as Ronaldo stay is still uncertain. Hence, it is quite clear that the Dutchman wants to add more firepower to his attacking line. Chelsea are one of five clubs to have won all three of UEFA’s main club competitions.

Will Chelsea to agree Manchester United’s deal for their winger Hakim Ziyech?

Hakim Ziyech is a 27-year-old attacking midfielder or winger was born in Netherlands into a Moroccan family. Ziyech is known for his finishing, dribbling, long passes, technique, and ability from free kicks. The Moroccans started his professional career at a Dutch club Heerenveen in 2012 and followed by another Dutch club two years laters Twente . In 2016, Ziyech arrived for Ajax on a five-year deal for €11m, where he had a tremendous spell. The 27-year-old was infact making names by his plays all around the world and it did caught Chelseas’s attention. The Moroccans joined English Premier League in 2020–21 season. Ziyech made scored 8 goals with 6 assistsin his 44 appearances for the Blues last season.

But the Moroccans didn’t appeared as Thomas Tuchel’s first choice in the starting line-up. Moreover, the 27-year-old didn’t featured in the later parts of the game. Dutch coach Ten Hag wants to refine MAnchester United’s attacking line before the end of the summer transfer window. According to transfer insider Dean Jones, “The Ziyech move to AC Milan has stuttered a little and if that situation drags on let’s not rule out the idea that Ten Hag looks to take him to United instead,”

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