Chelsea star Hakim Ziyech has been left ‘upset’ after his deadline-day transfer move to Paris Saint-Germain fell through.
The Morocco winger was keen to leave Stamford Bridge during the January window after only starting four Premier League matches this campaign.
Ziyech was held in high regard when he completed a £33million move from Ajax in 2020 but he has flattered to deceive in London and wanted to revive his career elsewhere.
The 29-year-old already agreed personal terms with PSG over a loan move to the French capital but the deal broke down.
Both parties were expected to finalise an agreement but the documentation to complete the transfer was not submitted in time.
Ziyech was in Paris on transfer deadline day preparing to be unveiled officially as a PSG player, but will now return to London and finish the campaign at Chelsea.
PSG are privately blaming Chelsea for not submitting documents to the club before the deadline and the failed transfer has left Ziyech ‘upset’, according to the Daily Telegraph.
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Ziyech was linked with a number of teams in the January window, with Everton, Newcastle and Roma considering moves for the Chelsea outcast.
Chelsea manager Graham Potter now faces the tough task of reintegrating Ziyech into his first-team, with Chelsea returning to action on Friday against Fulham.
While Ziyech will remain at Stamford Bridge, the Blues sanctioned Jorginho’s move to Arsenal on transfer deadline day before completing a British record deal for Enzo Fernandez.
Meanwhile, Mykhailo Mudryk, David Datro Fofana, Noni Madueke and Joao Felix all also arrived in London in January.