Chelsea complete first sale of summer transfer window as forgotten £37m star moves to Euro giants

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CHELSEA have reportedly completed their first sale of the summer.

The Blues are looking to offload players in order to help them meet Premier League’s Profitability and Sustainability Rules (PSR).

Now Fabrizio Romano claims that they have agreed the permanent exit of Hakim Ziyech.

The Moroccan winger, 31, joined Galatasaray on a season long loan last summer.

Now he is set to stay there long-term, according to the journalist.

Romano posted on X: “Hakim Ziyech will not return to Chelsea as he’s staying to Galatasaray on permanent move.

“Obligation to buy clause, triggered and signed as Chelsea already sent letter to Gala confirming the agreement.”

Speculation mounted in January that Galatasaray were contemplating terminating Ziyech’s loan early due to injury problems.

However, his form in the second half of the campaign seems to have persuaded them to turn it into a long-term deal.

Ziyech has scored eight goals in 21 appearances this season.

It remains unclear what transfer fee the English side will receive for the attacker.

Chelsea forked out £34m to sign Ziyech from Ajax back in 2020.
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The star lifted the Champions League, Uefa Super Cup and Fifa Club World Cup in the first 18 months of his arrival at Stamford Bridge but he struggled to impress.

After just six goals in 64 Premier League appearances, he was allowed to head to Turkey last summer.

And he has shone for Gala in the top-flight, scoring six times in 16 outings.

Ziyech and his Galatasaray team-mates are aiming to complete the double over the next few weeks.

They are currently top of the Turkish Super Lig, six points clear of second-placed Fenerbahce.

There are three games left of the season, including a crucial clash between the top two on May 19.

Galatasaray were also declared Turkish Super Cup winners earlier this season after Fenerbahce forfeited the clash.

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