Chelsea has been accused of ‘bullying’ Hakim Ziyech following his failed move to Paris Saint-Germain by transfer deadline day.
Speaking to Ziggo Sport, Ruud Gullit, a former Chelsea manager has slammed Ziyech’s mistreatment terming the misdealing as a form of bullying and not a mistake.
“This is not a mistake. It can’t be. If you get so many players and you do this two, three times… It can be bullying. Ziyech could also have been annoying. You don’t know. He will have to fight for his place again. In the end, it’s terrible for him.”
Ziyech had been strongly linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge after his lack of game-time under Graham Potter this season.
Newcastle United and Everton proposed deals intending to sign the winger, with PSG reaching an agreement with the player over a loan deal.
However, the proposed transfer to the French giants dramatically collapsed on deadline day.
It’s claimed that the Blues sent the incorrect documents to PSG on ”THREE” occasions, holding up the deal.
Ziyech missed out on the chance to play alongside the likes of Lionel Messi, Kylian Mbappe and Neymar, among others.
He’ll remain at Chelsea for the rest of the season following his botched move to PSG.
Graham Potter started Ziyech against Fulham as they drew goalless.
But he could lose his spot in the team to Joao Felix, who is available for selection against West Ham United after serving his three-match ban.