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Chelsea Open To Hakim Ziyech And Timo Werner EXIT! (Full Details)

Chelsea might be considering letting Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner leave the club ahead of 2022, MySportDab reports.

Lastest reports are suggesting that both players might leave Stamford Bridge despite finding their way into regular playing time.

Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner are being linked with a move elsewhere which sees Barcelona leading the race for their signature.

Both players are amongst the list of players who have been struggling to get regular playing time since Thomas Tuchel took over.

Blues ready to cut losses on attacking duo as they might be looking at allow them leave when the January window opens in 2022.

Chelsea are open to selling Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner to Barcelona, according to reports reaching us from SPORT.

The Spanish giants have contacted the Blues over the pair’s availability ahead of the January window which could see them make an offer.

Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner could both be sold as they seek more regular minutes which has been a problem getting that with Chelsea.

Although, it remains to be seen whether Barcelona will be able to meet Chelsea’s demands over a fee for either man when the transfer window open.

The Blues will also need to be sure they can get a replacement before allowing both of them leave this season.

Lately Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner has managed to get regular playing time due to other players getting injured in what seems to becoming worst.

Chelsea have a busy December period on their hands and will be rotating the squad more often which will give more players time to shine.

Hakim Ziyech Timo Werner

Their FIFA World Club Cup campaign starts next year which could see them land another trophy in the bag and they need all their players fit.

This could also be another reason Hakim Ziyech and Timo Werner remains with the club despite them being linked with a move elsewhere.

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