Hakim Ziyech to Saudi Arabia’s Al-Nassr FC

June 21, 2023
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Hakim Ziyech to Saudi Arabia's Al-Nassr FC

Hakim Ziyech is on his way to the Saudi Pro League. He completed the signing of a three-year contract with Al Nassr earlier this week. As of rumors, he and has now signed terms with Chelsea.

Fabrizio Romano’s article makes no mention of the transfer fee that our agreement implies. Previous sources predicted that all four of our transactions with PIF-backed SPL sides would yield us “upwards of £50m”; Ziyech would likely be one of the larger chunks of the overall pie.

The least surprising of all of our was anticipating transfers this summer may be Ziyech’s departure from Chelsea for PSG, which was on the verge of happening in January.

After three years as the “Wizard of AMS” in a Chelsea shirt, the 30-year-old leaves with 107 games, 14 goals, one Champions League championship, and many of unmet expectations.

If all goes as planned, Ziyech will contract until June 2026.

Moreover, a deal with Chelsea is already done. At this time, the contracts are currently being ready to go, examined, and made.

Hakim Ziyech is on the verge of an £8 million transfer to Al-Nassr

Al-Nassr are hopeful of signing Chelsea’s Hakim Ziyech for £8 million.

The 30-year-old has committed to a lucrative three-year deal, making him the latest high-profile athlete to go to Saudi Arabia.

Ziyech has grown more disillusioned at Stamford Bridge after a planned move to Paris Saint-Germain fell through at the eleventh hour on deadline day in January.

He appeared 24 times for Chelsea this season, the bulk of which were as a substitute.

Ziyech joined Chelsea in 2020 for £33.6 million and was a member of the side that won the Champions League in 2021.

Noni Madueke, signed in January, is already regarded his replacement. Chelsea has also bought Christopher Nkunku from RB Leipzig for £53 million.

Ziyech might be one of several Chelsea players to go to Saudi Arabia this summer.

N’Golo Kante has agreed to join Al-Ittihad, while Edouard Mendy and Kalidou Koulibaly might potentially join as part of the Kingdom’s push to attract top-level European players.

The Saudi Pro League is also keeping interest in Lukaku, Aubameyang, and Marc Cucurella, but they would want to stay in Europe.

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