AC Milan are in the market for a forward that would give the attacking department a boost in quality, and a Chelsea man is reportedly in their sights.
According to a report from PianetaMilan, the Rossoneri management have their eye on developments going on at Stamford Bridge because Chelsea are currently looking to sign Raheem Sterling and Ousmane Dembélé this summer.
That would effectively free Hakim Ziyech and Milan – who chased him in the summer of 2021 – are ready to go back in for a player that Thomas Tuchel has only used sparingly anyway during his time at the club.
The Morocco international is also in possession of a Dutch passport and can therefore be registered as an EU player. He can play both as a right winger and an attacking midfielder making him the ideal mould, and though he has a deal until 2025 he could leave for a figure between €25-30m.
A possible loan with the option or obligation to buy is also possible and the Rossoneri will continue to monitor the situation.