Every team in Europe is doing their best to make the most out of this football transfer window so that they can become unstoppable come next season.One team that is not messing around is the reigning Italian champions Ac Milan.Milan completed the signing of Belgian International Divock Origi from Liverpool this past week.They are also on course to secure the services of former Real Madrid left back Marcelo.However their biggest signing and what could be the most important and significant will be that of Chelsea's Hakim Ziyech.Chelsea have made it clear they are offloading the Moroccan and Milan are already in talks to get the star man for as little as thirty million pounds.Ziyech was one of the key men during Chelsea's champions league,Uefa super cup and club world cup glory last year.Last season,he scored eight goals and provided six assists despite starting just nine games in all competitions.He helped Chelsea finish third in the league table and reach the finals of both the FA and EFL Carabao cups.If Milan get him,then no team will be stopping them especially in the champions league.
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