The 27-year-old officially became a Chelsea player at the start of the month but as he cannot be registered as part of the squad for what little remains of the current season, his primary focus for the time being is on his physical condition for when he does join the rest of the group for training, so he can fly out of the blocks when next season begins. His last competitive game for former club Ajax was at the start of March.
Ziyech is ready for the physical challenges that come with playing in the Premier League and says his intellect on the football pitch makes up for his small stature.
‘I would love to bring my style of play that I have shown the last few years with Ajax,’ he continued.
‘Just keeping the same style and hopefully they will enjoy it and of course I hope to help the team as much as possible.
‘People always tell me the Premier League is a tough competition. Of course I know it is but I think they always said, “you’re physically not ready” and stuff like that.
‘But if you see the competition and how many people have the same body like me, football is just playing with your head, being smart and creating spaces and it’s always in the small things.’
Chelsea are not yet done with the transfer market, as they are still in search for qualities to booster the team. And the Blues have submitted an offer to land Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen £90m-rated star and reports states that Chelsea are leading the race for Havertz.
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