HomeFootballHakim Ziyech move from Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain could be in Jeopardy

Hakim Ziyech move from Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain could be in Jeopardy

The deadline-day transfer of Hakim Ziyech from Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain might not have been registered in time. The Moroccan winger appeared destined to leave Stamford Bridge and sign a loan deal with the French powerhouses without a buyout clause. Transfer Insider, however, claims that because the deadline for registering the required documents has passed, contracts are no longer valid. Additionally, it should be noted that both teams have been trying to come up with a solution to allow Ziyech to meet up with fellow countryman Achraf Hakimi in Paris.

Following some outstanding performances during Morocco’s run to the World Cup semifinals, Ziyech was in high demand, drawing interest from Germany, England, and Italy. Although PSG had won the contest, the transfer might not have gone through on the last day of the January transfer window. Read More: Chelsea signs Malo Gusto to a contract extension until 2030 and returns the defender to Lyon

Is Chelsea in a rush to sell Hakim Ziyech?

Chelsea might be in a rush to offload a number of players including Ziyech as with the current additions of Mykhailo Mudryk and Noni Madueke from PSV Eindhoven and Shakhtar Donetsk in January, Graham Potter’s team is now well-stocked in terms of competition on the wings.

The Blues are still optimistic that they can close their own deal, which would allow Enzo Fernandez to move from Benfica to the club in a British record £115 million transfer.

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Niladri Biswas
Niladri Biswashttp://thesportslite.com
Niladri is a football enthusiast and die-hard fan of Liverpool FC. He is currently living his passion through writing about his favorite sport at The Sportslite. He sees himself as a renowned football journalist in the future.

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