Rumours around Hakim Ziyech have started to appear in recent weeks, with the Chelsea player not getting the minutes expected.

So far under the current campaign he’s accumulated just 634 minutes in the Premier League, picking up more combined over the Champions League and FA Cup.

In all, Ziyech has contributed two goals and four assists so far this season, not close to the levels he was brought in to provide.

Things haven’t been better for the player since Thomas Tuchel took over from Frank Lampard, and Corriere dello Sport report he ‘wants to leave’ Chelsea.

He doesn’t feel part of Tuchel’s core plans, and will soon seek to hold a meeting with Marina Granovskaia to sort out his future.

AS Roma and AC Milan have been credited with interested previously, yet it’s questionable just how much clubs would be prepared to pay for the attacker, who turns 28-years-of-age in March.

With a contract lasting until June 2025, it would be no surprise if interested clubs make loan offers rather than go for a permanent move.