Just in : Chelsea FC in advanced talks to sign 27-years old midfield mastero ahead of January transfer window q

Chelsea may reportedly consider using out of favour forward Hakim Ziyech in any proposal to secure services of Juventus playmaker Adrien Rabiot.

When Graham Potter replaced Thomas Tuchel in the Blues dugout, it was perceived that Morocco international forward may be given a fresh start at Stamford Bridge having previously fallen down the pecking order.

However, the former Ajax forward has been provided with just 13 minutes of football spread across two substitute appearances against Wolves and Red Bull Salzburg.

With the London giants scoring just one goal from open play in their last three games, Ziyech may come into consideration for the upcoming games with Potter former team Brighton & Hove Albion.

That said, it appears more likely that he will stay on the periphery of Potter’s squad until the World Cup, seemingly making him available for the upcoming winter transfer window.

According to Calciomercato, the 29-year-old forward may enter conversations if the Blues opt to reignite their interest in Juventus midfielder, Adrien Rabiot.

Throughout the summer transfer window, French midfielder had been tipped to leave Turin following to just one year left on his current deal.

However, a switch to Man United is believed to have fallen through due to his wage demands, and subsequently, fresh offers to meet that threshold did not receive before the start of September.

Rabiot has since impressed in an inconsistent Serie A giants, netting four times in 10 starts in all competitions which includes a double against Empoli on October 21.

Despite his regular game time under Massimiliano Allegri, the situation remains that the 27-year-old midfielder appears no nearer to extending his contract at the Serie A outfit.

Should his wage demands stay the same, it is highly likely that all parties will settle on the 27-year-old leaving on a free transfer at the end of 2022-23.

However, the report states that the Blues co-owner and chairman Todd Boehly may be prepared to give the green light to in a part-exchange deal at the turn of the year.

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