CHELSEA outcast Hakim Ziyech is determined to light up the World Cup with Morocco to convince AC Milan to pull the trigger on a transfer, reports say.
The 29-year-old hasn’t hit the heights since his 2020 transfer to Stamford Bridge from Ajax.
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And this season, the Morocco international has only played nine times across all competitions, failing to register a single goal or assist.
Italian champions Milan have held an interest in Ziyech for some time and could return for the player.
Whether the move will be a loan or a permanent transfer is yet to be seen, but Chelsea will undoubtedly be keen to shift the player off the books full-time.
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Ziyech came out of international retirement to play at the World Cup having previously vowed to not turn out for Morocco again after a falling out with old manager Vahid Halilhodzic.
The Chelsea ace was recalled in September under new manager Walid Regragui.
Morocco will contest Group F in Qatar.
They start their World Cup campaign against 2018 finalists Croatia on November 23.
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A date with Belgium then follows four days later, before contesting a group finale against Canada.
Ziyech has 18 goals and ten assists in 43 senior caps.