PSG ‘are left FUMING with Chelsea after sending wrong documentation for Hakim Ziyech move’
PSG ‘stayed SMOKING with Chelsea after submitting the wrong paperwork for Hakim Ziyech’s move THREE times’ while calling the debacle ‘CIRCUS class’…with deal now at risk of collapse
- Hakim Ziyech has been heavily linked with a loan move to PSG in recent days.
- But the move has run into a major problem after key documentation was submitted late.
- PSG are furious with Chelsea for sending the wrong documentation three times
PSG have reportedly been furious with Chelsea after the club submitted the wrong paperwork for Hakim Ziyech’s move three times, describing the situation as an “A-class circus” with the deal at risk of collapsing.
Ziyech has been heavily linked with a move to the Ligue 1 outfit and looked set to seal a loan exit before serious problems arose, with contracts submitted too late, despite the player having already arrived in Paris for an examination. doctor.
With the move now in serious jeopardy, as PSG prepare to appeal in order to seal the deal, they have pinned the blame on Chelsea, according to L’Equipeand are said to be furious after the club submitted incorrect documents on several occasions.
Hakim Ziyech’s loan to PSG has hit a snag after a paperwork issue
PSG, led by chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi (left) and manager Christophe Galtier (right), are said to be furious with Chelsea after submitting the wrong papers three times.
The expectation is that it will be difficult for the LFP, France’s governing body, to respond favorably to PSG’s request, although the organization has also been caught up in the fiasco.
The report adds that the LFP also had a problem on the day of the deadline, as their computer systems suffered a failure on Tuesday night, which may influence the success of PSG’s appeal.
The Ligue 1 giants have described the situation as a ‘class A circus’, a source said the Athletic.
sports mail has reached out to Chelsea for comment.
The former Ajax winger has endured a miserable two-and-a-half-year stint at Stamford Bridge and traveled to Paris on Monday in a bid to seal a move to the French titans.
The move would link him to Atlas Lions star Achraf Hakimi (pictured) at PSG.
Ziyech has yet to score in all competitions this season for Chelsea and has only one assist.
Despite starring Morocco in their remarkable run to the World Cup semi-finals, becoming the first African team to do so, Ziyech has continued to struggle at Chelsea this season after a poor first term.
If he manages to join the Parc des Princes, he would meet compatriot Achraf Hakimi, who was equally key in his nation’s run to the World Cup quarter-finals.
With Chelsea adding the likes of Mykhailo Mudryk, Joao Felix and Noni Madueke this month, Graham Potter will be keen to get rid of several attacking players who are likely to lose their place in the team.
Ziyech has already averaged less than 45 minutes per game in his 10 appearances for the Blues in the league, and is yet to score in all competitions, assisting just once.