Juventus, AC Milan “keep tabs on Chelsea winger Hakim Ziyech as they consider shocking summer loan move”

Juventus, AC Milan “keep tabs on Chelsea winger Hakim Ziyech as they consider shocking summer loan move” with winger struggling for minutes under new boss Thomas Tuchel

  • Hakim Ziyech has only played twice in Thomas Tuchel’s five games at Chelsea
  • Juventus, AC Milan are monitoring Ziyech’s situation, Italy reports
  • The 27-year-old has scored twice in 19 appearances for the club so far this quarter











Hakim Ziyech could be heading for Chelsea’s exit door this summer, just a year after joining the club.

According to Calciomercato, Juventus and AC Milan are monitoring his situation at Stamford Bridge and are ready to offer him an exit via loan deal.

Ziyech has only started one Premier League game under new Blues boss Thomas Tuchel – and it was his first game in charge in a goalless draw against Wolves.

Hakim Ziyech (right) is watched by Juventus and AC Milan as they assess loan offer

Italian giants are monitoring his situation at Chelsea, Calciomercato says

Italian giants are monitoring his situation at Chelsea, Calciomercato says

New Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has only faced Ziyech in two of his five appearances so far

New Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has only faced Ziyech in two of his five appearances so far

The 27-year-old has since been left out of his squad as he won 2-0 at home against Burnley and was an unused substitute in wins at Tottenham and Sheffield United.

He eventually started one more time for Tuchel in Thursday night’s 1-0 FA Cup fifth round victory at Barnsley, but was substituted in the second half.

And Calciomercato reports that if the Moroccan winger continues to fight for playing time under Tuchel, both Juve and AC Milan are ready to rush for him this summer.

Ziyech has joined Chelsea on a £ 37.8million transfer from Ajax and has made 19 appearances so far in all competitions, scoring twice.

And if things don't improve this season, Juve and Milan are set to pounce this summer

And if things don’t improve this season, Juve and Milan are set to pounce this summer

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