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Two Serie A clubs are monitoring Ziyech’s situation at Chelsea as they eye a summer move for him.



Hakim Ziyech could be heading for the Chelsea exit door this summer, just a year after joining the club.

According to Calciomercato, Juventus and AC Milan are monitoring his situation at Stamford Bridge and are prepared to offer him a route out via a loan deal.

Ziyech has only started one Premier League match under new Blues boss Thomas Tuchel – and that was his first game in charge in a goalless draw against Wolves.

Since then the 27-year-old was omitted from their squad as they won 2-0 at home to Burnley and was an unused substitute during wins at Tottenham and Sheffield United.

He finally started once more for Tuchel during Thursday night’s 1-0 FA Cup fifth-round win at Barnsley but was substituted during the second half.

And Calciomercato report that if the Moroccan winger continues to struggle for game-time under Tuchel then Juve and AC Milan are prepared to swoop in for him this summer.

Ziyech joined Chelsea in a £37.8million transfer from Ajax and has made 19 appearances so far in all competitions, scoring twice.

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