Chelsea star Hakim Ziyech has released an important update on his future.
Ziyech is set to leave Chelsea on loan to Italian Serie A side AC Milan.
According to Ziyech, he wants to handle the business side of his future by himself.
Ziyech released a statement on his social media page: “I have reached a point in my life where I feel that the time is right for me to take full control of my professional future.
“I want negotiations and decisions about my career to be made by me. So moving forward, my team and I, together with our legal representatives, will handle the business side of things.
“Professional interest should be directed to the contact info in my bio.
“I remain incredibly grateful for your continued support.”
Fabrizio Romano explains the statement: “Official announcement by Hakim Ziyech. He will manage his future by himself as happened to his friend Romelu Lukaku, as he’s set to leave Chelsea this summer.
“AC Milan, really keen on signing him.”
The 29-year-old Moroccan international signed for Chelsea in 2020 from Ajax for £33.3 million, but has been inconsistent over the last two seasons.
Ziyech registered 44 appearances in all competitions last season, with up eight goals and six assists.