Hakim Ziyech has slipped down the pecking order at Chelsea.
Chelsea attacker Hakim Ziyech may depart from Stamford Bridge as soon as the January transfer window reopens. The former Ajax attacker is linked with Serie A champions AC Milan as the San Siro club prepares an offer for the player.
It is understood that the Serie A giants are ready to pay around 25 million euros for Ziyech, and are confident that an agreement can be reached for the player.
The 29-year-old has slipped down the pecking order at Chelsea, and there is no indication that new manager Graham Potter sees the Moroccan international as a part of his long-term plans at the club.
He has been overlooked since arriving from Ajax in 2020, Ziyech has only scored six goals in a total of 49 games for Chelsea, and this season the player has been restricted to just three Premier League starts.
Ziyech is expected to be a regular at the upcoming World Cup tournament, and that will be a perfect opportunity for the player to showcase his obvious talent on the global stage. AC Milan are also set to do battle with a few other teams interested, as PSV Eindhoven have emerged as another potential destination for the versatile midfielder.
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