Chelsea's Summer Signing To Hand Over Transfer Request After Feeling He's Not Part Of Tuchel's Plan
By TheDailyScoop.com | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 3754 views
Frank Lampard spent over £250 million over the summer transfer window which he used to bring a couple of players who have impressed at the Stamford bridge even after he was sacked and replaced by Thomas Tuchel.
However, not all the summer signings have been given the chance to impress at the Bridge which has raised doubts on whether they will commit their futures at the club.
Hakim Ziyech was touted to be the best signing made by Frank Lampard has failed to break into the starting eleven of Thomas Tuchel's squad which has left him furious of the role he is being given at The Stamford Bridge.
The lack of game time has left him doubt whether he is in the plans of Thomas Tuchel thus making him seek for a way out of Chelsea. According to Corriere dello Sport news reports, the Moroccan is reportedly ready to depart from the Bridge.
It is claimed that he is ready to hand out a transfer request to push for a move away in the summer transfer window. Will it be a wise move to let such a talented player like Hakim Ziyech depart from the club?
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