The 29-year-old Chelsea star is in high demand by many clubs, according to Fabrizio Romano

Fabrizio Romano
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Football transfer expert Fabrizio Romano has claimed that several clubs are eyeing Chelsea star Hakim Ziyech and are ready to sign him if the opportunity presents itself.

Ziyech has been rumored to be out of Stamford Bridge for months, but the arrival of attackers Joao Felix (on loan), Mihailo Madrik, and Noni Maduque could help seal his departure. Be.

“Chelsea will discuss the bids for Hakim Ziyech, as expected — many clubs are keen on signing him in the final days of the transfer window. Premier League and foreign clubs are exploring conditions of the deal.”

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Ziyech has a contract with Chelsea until 2025 and the Moroccan, once falling out of favor with the club, recently joined Graham Potter’s squad for the final two games against Crystal Palace and Liverpool.

While in Qatar for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Ziyech said when asked about his future: (via Metro).

“It’s hard to say, difficult to say. We don’t know what will happen in the winter. It’s football, so it’s difficult to say.”

Recently, it was reported that he was the target of a surprise loan for Premier League contenders Everton. Another club reportedly interested in signing Ziyech is AS Roma. The Serie A club is reportedly in contact with agents about a possible transfer.

Chelsea striker Kai Havertz is linked with a move to Bayern Munich

Hakim Ziyech isn’t the only Chelsea forward linked with a move from the club. It is said that it was Kai Havertz of Germany who caught the attention of FC Bayern Munich.

According to journalist Sascha Tavoliere, the Bundesliga giants have reportedly inquired from Chelsea about the possibility of signing Havertz.

With Graham Potter’s team having too many offensive options, the club could quickly let go of some, allowing Havertz to seize the opportunity to return to his hometown.

Havertz moved to London from FC Bayern Leverkusen in the summer of 2020 for a fee of €80 million. However, he failed to win the prize. He made 120 appearances in all competitions for the club, scoring 29 goals and providing 15 assists.