Hakim Ziyech has talked about his hard start at Stamford Bridge.
Reports suggest thatHakim Ziyech
is thinking about his future at
after the rough start that he has experienced.
The Morocco international got injured immediately after his arrival, and he hasn’t been able to show his full quality ever since he joined the Blues from Ajax.
Corriere Dello Sport claims that the 27-year-old midfielder is thinking about his options for the next transfer window. The player has a contract with Chelsea until 2025, so he can’t go anywhere unless a mutual agreement happens.
The player himself has not commented on his exit talks but says that he is confident about his abilities.
“It was a difficult first half-year [at the club],"
Ziyech told Ziggo Sport in a recent interview
"Of course, I immediately started with an injury, came back, then had another injury. So things are not going the way I had hoped. “But, as most know, I always have faith in myself. I know what I can do, so I don't worry too much about that. The real Ziyech will be there.
“It is faster [in the Premier League] than at Ajax. Luckily, I picked that up pretty quickly, until I got injured in the first exhibition game, which then throws you back all the way.”