Milan have Hakim Ziyech on their agenda this summer as the Chelsea player is among the options to bolster the Rossoneri’s attack next season.
On June 29th, we carried a report from Corriere dello Sport, who stated the Blues are willing to agree a formula to let the 29-year-old leave Stamford Bridge.
It was also explained the Serie A winners could face difficulties to find an agreement with the attacking midfielder.
Corriere dello Sport state the ‘synergy between Milan and Chelsea is continuous’, formed thanks to deals involving Fikayo Tomori [initially on loan before it was made permanent in 2021] and a loan deal for Tiémoué Bakayoko last summer, which will be cut short.
The good ties between the two clubs could help Stefano Pioli’s side land the former Ajax star.
Milan will have to find an agreement with Chelsea for the Morocco international, and they are looking at an ‘onerous loan of €5m plus the terms of redemption’ still to be determined.
This will be at least €20m, while Ziyech ‘seems to like’ the San Siro as the destination.
However, it will be necessary for Chelsea to help Milan in taking care of his wages, as Ziyech earns €6.5m per year, and Corriere dello Sport state it is ‘difficult to find the answer regarding the salary’.