Hakim Ziyech, a Chelsea player, has been told to leave Stamford Bridge.
Because of manager Erik ten Hag, the winger has been told to join Manchester United.
Since his £33 million move from Ajax in the summer of 2020, the Moroccan has been left off the billings at Stamford Bridge.
Ziyech has 14 goals in 92 appearances for Chelsea this season, starting only one Premier League game.
He has been Morocco’s guiding light in Qatar, assisting them in reaching the quarter-finals, where they will face Portugal.
And Mustafa El Haddaoui, a former Moroccan midfielder, wants the winger to join Erik ten Hag’s Red Devils.
“He needs to leave Chelsea and go to Manchester United,” El Haddaoui told Stats Perform and Corriere dello Sport.
“He needs to leave Chelsea and go to Manchester United,” El Haddaoui told Stats Perform and Corriere dello Sport. “The former Ajax manager [Erik ten Hag] wanted him.”
“He will recover, but he must leave Chelsea during the winter transfer window.”