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Chelsea to consider offers for Hakim Ziyech?

:Headline: Chelsea to consider offers for Hakim Ziyech?:
Chelsea are reportedly open to parting ways with Hakim Ziyech as they consider making changes in creative areas this summer.
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Chelsea will reportedly consider selling Hakim Ziyech during the summer transfer window.

The playmaker has enjoyed a relatively productive spell at Stamford Bridge, helping Chelsea win last season's Champions League and contributing 14 goals and 10 assists from his 83 appearances.

However, during both campaigns, the 29-year-old has been restricted to 23 appearances in the Premier League, just 29 of his 46 outings coming from the starting lineup.

According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, Chelsea will be open to parting ways with the Moroccan over the coming months if they receive a suitable proposal.

The former Ajax man still has three years remaining on his contract, but his availability will naturally lead to widespread interest in his signature.

Having agreed to pay €44m (37.7m) for Ziyech two years ago, Chelsea would expect to recoup a similar fee, albeit marginally less given that the player is now 10 months short of his 30th birthday. body check tags ::

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