Milan can sign Chelsea’s Ziyech on one condition

Hakim Ziyech of Chelsea in action during the UEFA Champions League round of 16, second leg between Chelsea and Atletico Madrid.

Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech has emerged as one of Milan‘s primary targets for the summer and the Rossoneri can secure his services on one condition.

The Morocco international is willing to leave Stamford Bridge where he’s struggled for consistency and the Serie A champions are among the clubs monitoring him. Chelsea are open to selling the versatile winger who is not part of Thomas Tuchel’s plans. The Blues could even agree to loan the player as long as the deal comes with an option or obligation to buy.

According to multiple sources, the Diavoli have been in talks with the player’s agent, informing him about their interest in the 29-year-old and their desire to get him on an initial loan deal.

However, and Gazzetta maintain that no agreement has yet been reached between Milan and Chelsea or the player. The two clubs need to agree on the transfer fee and, most importantly, the Serie A giants must negotiate a new salary for the ex-Ajax star who gets circa €6m at Stamford Bridge.

If Milan manage to get the green light from the player, then they will likely find an agreement with Chelsea, who are open to selling. Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio is also an option for the Rossoneri. Like Ziyech, the Spain international can play as an attacking midfielder or a right winger.

4 Comments on “Milan can sign Chelsea’s Ziyech on one condition”

  1. Neither Zyiech nor Asensio are very good options for the RW. Too expensive, too old, too slow, not good scorers.

    I hope we sign neither of them, and go all in for Berardi

  2. Milan are focusing on chemistry. Giroud and Zyiech have chemistry. Asensio and Diaz/Hernandez.

    Not just fifa logic. Just plain logic

  3. How is Asensio old? He’s younger than Berardi and even Ziyech is only two years older.

    I like Berardi though. As far as I’m concerned any one (or two!) between them is a welcome addition, but it’s clear Maldini is looking for Champions League experience when choosing players, as was the case with Origi vs Belotti so I doubt he’ll go for Berardi who like Belotti have zero experience playing in Europe and not exactly a youngster either.

  4. Berardi is as npacey as Asensio, don’t tell lines @NT, and most important is a fairly experienced player in the elite. Ask Juventus about him lol

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