Hakim Ziyech Suffers Another Transfer Heartbreak As His Move To Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr In Doubt.

Chelsea outcast Hakim Ziyech has yet again suffered another transfer heartbreak, and denied an exit from the West London club after he failed his medical at Al-Nassr.

 Ziyech has endured a dreadful time at Stamford Bridge, since joining the Blues from Ajax and is keen to resurrect his career elsewhere. 

Due to limited game time, he was set end his three-year stay with Chelsea, and follow his fellow teammates N'Golo Kante, Edouard Mendy and Kalidou Koulibaly to the Saudi Pro League. While Koulibaly joined Al-Hilal, Kante went to Al-Ittihad the league champions in a move which saw him join up with Real Madrid's Karim Benzema. 

Ziyech appeared in just 24 matches for the Blues in all competitions and had only 928 minutes of game time under his belt. He did not score a single goal but provided three assists.

Al-Nassr made a lucrative offer for the Moroccan to join Cristiano Ronaldo at last season's league runners-up.

But the 30-year-old, looks set to be forced to stay at the club for the foreseeable future after a lucrative move, with a transfer fee reportedly worth £17m to the Saudi Pro League collapsed.

The Saudi Arabian club have found a knee and hip problem for Hakim Ziyech. The results of the tests came through on the same day Al-Nassr agreed a deal with Inter Milan for midfielder Marcelo Brozovic, and the club have doubts about signing him now. 

Though no final decision has been made yet as to whether they will pull out of the transfer, as Al-Nassr would carry out further tests today.

Ziyech is now stuck at Chelsea, as every attempt to leave has always worked against him.

In the January transfer window, Hakim Ziyech to PSG deal collapse due to late paperwork causing the deal not to be registered by the French football governing body.


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