Denis Zakaria joined Chelsea on loan from Juventus during the summer window. The Blues have the option to sign him permanently for £30 million at the end of the current season.
However, he has struggled since arriving at Stamford Bridge. The Switzerland international is yet to feature in a Premier League game for the London outfit. Chelsea are reportedly looking to terminate his loan deal in January.
Denis Zakaria has no regrets about joining Chelsea
Chelsea midfielder Denis Zakaria has no regrets about joining the Blues. Speaking to the media, he said: “I’m still positive on my Chelsea experience, then I’ll see what will happen”.
“I still need to improve some things and show the coach what I can. When I get to play, I have to show that I am good. It hasn’t been enough so far, but I work hard”.
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Zakaria is currently behind N’Golo Kante, Mateo Kovacic, Jorginho, Mason Mount and Conor Gallagher in the pecking order at Stamford Bridge. However, he impressed with his performance during the Blues’ 2-1 win against Dinamo Zagrab in the UEFA Champions League last month.
The Switzerland international will look to establish himself in the Blues senior squad when the season resumes after the FIFA World Cup 2022 break.
The Blues offered the chance to sign Adrien Rabiot
According to 90min, Juventus have offered the chance to sign Adrien Rabiot to several clubs, including Chelsea and Liverpool. The France international is in the final year of his contract at the Allianz Stadium.
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Talks over a new contract have stalled in recent months. Juventus could look to cash in for him during the January window as opposed to losing hum for free at the end of the current season. Rabiot joined Juventus from Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer during the summer transfer window of 2019. He has played 145 games (in all competitions) for the Turin outfit so far, scoring 11 goals and assisting eight more.
Rabiot helped the Bianconeri win one Serie A title, one Coppa Italia and one Supercopa Italiana. The 27-year old midfielder has also played a key role in France’s run to the final of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
He has played five games in Qatar so far, registering one goal and one assist. Rabiot will look to help France win their second consecutive World Cup when they lock horns against Argentina in the final at Lusail Stadium on Sunday.