Barcelona are reportedly interested in signing Chelsea playmaker Hakim ziyech on loan in the January transfer window. According to a report by Spanish publication sport, Hakim ziyech has popped up on the radar of Spanish giants barcelona over a move in the January transfer window.
The Catalan Giants are eyeing a possible loan move for the Chelsea playmaker although the Final call over the transfer will rest with xavi.
Hakim ziyech joined Chelsea from ajax Amsterdam in the summer of 2020 following a productive stint with the Dutch heavy weights. However, upon his arrival at the Stamford bridge His stint has been besent With a spate of injuries that has curtailed his involvement Considerably.
According to reports, Barcelona have had a long time interest in Hakim ziyech having followed him since his time at Ajax Amsterdam, The eagerness to sign the Chelsea player seems to have only grown stronger For Barcelona who are now considering a loan move in January.
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