AC Milan want it, Ziyech breaks the silence from Qatar
Chelsea are not open to loaning Hakim Ziyech to AC Milan in January but that can change if they sign Cristiano Ronaldo from Manchester United, a report claims. As has been reported Sport Mediaset, the Premier League side are not currently looking favourably on the idea of loaning Ziyech to the Rossoneri in January.
Milan would like to sign the Moroccan winger on loan with a right to make the deal permanent in the summer but Chelsea are not currently interested in that formula. He has had very little game time under both Thomas Tuchel and Graham Potter this season.
This stance could change though if Chelsea are able to do a deal for Ronaldo who is set to leave Manchester United after an explosive interview which the club have noted. Chelsea owner Todd Boehly wanted to make a move for the Portuguese striker in the summer so he may want to take this opportunity that has arisen.
Hakim Ziyech remains a topical name in Milan, with the Moroccan attacking midfielder currently engaged in the World Cup in Qatar who, despite the change of technical guide in Chelsea, continues to find no space. The player spoke about his situation since his withdrawal in Morocco, as reported by SportMediaset: “It’s hard to say if he will say goodbye with Chelsea in January. We don’t know what will happen and in football it’s difficult to hypothesize anything.”