Chelsea has officially confirmed that Morrocan star, Hakim Ziyech, has agreed on a five-year deal and all other formalities have been completed with parent club Ajax.
The Morroco International is expected to make the move to Stamford Bridge in the summer after the two clubs agreed on a fee for the player earlier this month.
Chelsea announced the deal to sign the player last week, stating in their official social media that a deal of €44 million has been agreed between the two clubs which hinged on the player agreeing on personal terms.
Some section of the media was of the opinion that, Chelsea are counting their hen before being hatched, and the announcement was premature. But the Blues have finally reached personal terms and they have made official statements available on their website.
The Morocco international will be hoping to add another Eredivisie title to his trophy cabinet before he heads to London, as Ajax sit three points clear of AZ Alkmaar at the top of the division in their bid to retain the trophy.
Chelsea, meanwhile, will be hoping to welcome him to the club with Champions League football, and look well-placed to do so after overcoming Tottenham at the weekend.