Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has been reported to have revealed a player he don't want at the club next season. The Blues manager is looking on possible ways to challenge for the Premier League title next season with both Liverpool and Manchester City keen on winning it.
And according to Metro, Tuchel has decided to offload former Ajax star Hakim Ziyech from his squad. Tuchel has considered Ziyech as player who could not help him next season given his injury concerns and fitness in general. AC Milan are interested in taking the Moroccan international however on a long season loan and talks are under way.
Elsewhere, Chelsea will start talks on signing Manchester City star and English forward Raheem Sterling. The Blues also considers a move for Barcelona star Moussa Dembele who is unwanted player at Camp Nou as manager Xavi is planning a future without him.
Ours is to wait and see what happens at the end of the day as we wait to see whom Chelsea will sign before the transfer window shutdown.
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