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Ziyash inches closer to joining the Saudi League with official announcement imminent.

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Moroccan star Hakim Ziyech, a Chelsea player, is not far off joining the ranks of the Saudis who have won this summer’s transfer market.

Ziyash has a contract with Chelsea until the summer of 2025, but he is looking for new experiences in the new season.

According to the Saudi newspaper Al-Riyadiyah, Ahmed Al-Ghamdi, the chief executive in charge of managing the affairs of the Al-Nasr club, traveled to London yesterday Sunday at dawn to negotiate Ziyash’s deal with Al-Alamy.

The newspaper pointed out that the Saudi negotiating team in Europe agreed with the player on many issues, leaving only the final details.

Fabrizio Romano, expert on player and coach transfers in Europe, wrote on his Twitter account: “Al-Nasr and Ziyech are close to agreeing on personal terms of the contract, and the final details of the contract are currently being discussed. completed.”

Al-Nasr and Hakim Ziyech are now on the verge of reaching an agreement on personal terms. The final details of the contract are sealed. ???????????????????? #CFC

Chelsea will receive a fee for both Ziyech and Kalidou Koulibaly, who is close to joining Al Hilal.

Finish next week. pic.twitter.com/7IS15EAspw

— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) June 18, 2023

An expert on player and manager transfers in Europe added: “Chelsea will receive a commission for the transfer of Hakim Ziyech to Al Nasr and the deal is expected to be finalized this week.”

Al-Nasr includes Portuguese legend Cristiano Ronaldo, which could be a factor in attracting a number of stars in Europe to come to the Saudi league.

Notably, Ziyas was among the main pillars of the Moroccan division at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which achieved a historic achievement for the Arabs and the African continent, finishing in fourth place.

Source: “Media”

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