The two deals did not reach a happy conclusion. Ziyash and Brozovic will not move to the Saudi victory

It seems that the movement in the transfer market in the Saudi Football League will stop a little after the two transfer deals of Moroccan Hakim Ziyech, a Chelsea player, and Croatian Marcelo Brozovic, an Inter Milan player, did not reach a happy conclusion.

According to the Spanish newspaper “Marca”, the Moroccan player did not pass the medical examination to move to the Saudi victory, and the Croatian broke his agreement when “Al-Alamy” changed the offer submitted to Inter, which brought the two deals back to square one.

According to reliable Italian journalist Matteo Moretto, Al-Nasr club decided to provide 15 million euros to Inter Milan instead of the 23 million euros requested by the Italian club, which led to the suspension of negotiations between the two parties.

And media reports claimed that the deal had been completed and that the contract period would be 3 years, in exchange for approximately 100 million euros for the Croatian star and 23 million for the Inter team.

Brozovic was on Barcelona’s radar, but club president Joan Laporta ruled out – yesterday, Thursday – the possibility of contracting with the Croatian, saying that it was “a reasonable deal, but the Saudi league entered the line.” However, recent developments may change Brozovic’s destination from Jeddah to Catalonia.

However, Barcelona’s problem was not with the Croatian international, but the amount that the “Nerazzurri” is asking for to give up Brozovic may not be able to be paid by the Catalan team because of the problems it faces with the La Liga rules for fair financial play.

Chelsea and Ziyech

As for the Moroccan international wing, his failure to move to victory is not only a disappointment for the Saudi team, but also for the London team, which has become outside the accounts of Argentine Mauricio Pochettino, the new coach of Chelsea, after the rapid decline in the level of a player who amazed Europe with Ajax when he was coached by Dutchman Eric Ten Hag.

Many scenarios are open now, and the most likely is to continue wearing the blue shirt. This season, he did not score any goals and gave only 3 assists in only 18 matches that he played in all competitions with the “blue” shirt. with his signature.

Selling Ziyash became a dilemma for team owner Todd Boiley, because the player was just around the corner from moving to Moroccan Paris Saint-Germain, but things did not reach happy endings.

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