Couple of my thoughts regarding Ziyech. A lot has been said about his attitude and arrogance over the past years that he's been playing in the Eredivisie. Personally I think we could do with a bit more arrogance in our team. It's all been too nice and too soft with us for a while now. Unfortunately Ziyech also gets into it with fans and managers sometimes, so hopefully that doesn't happen with us and his attitude pans out in our advantage instead, and is just what we need. About his playing style, he absolutely hates it when things get physical. He likes time and space on the ball to pick out a pass. Getting manhandled visually ruffles his feathers and takes him out of games. I'm very interested to see how he's going to handle this in the premier league. The stories coming out of him and Ajax is that he's carefully planned his future, so presumably he's thought about this. Personally I'm not so sure. He'll be 27 in two weeks, and he's been wanting a big transfer for a while now. I'm not sure if any of the other big teams were in for him, so it wouldn't surprise me if he just said yes to us because he wants to play for a top side. Hopefully people aren't expecting Ziyech to be the next Sala, Mane, Sane or even Willian etc. When it comes to speed, dribbling or technical ability he doesn't come close Willian, that's just not his game. He's had his best season playing as a right winger. But not in the traditional sense. He's more of a playmaker that likes to sit on the wing and drift inside. I'm extremely happy we've found a top class (in potential) right back in Reece James. He's there to provide space for Ziyech, and to reach the back line to whip crosses in. I think that partnership could work really well. Ziyech can also play more centrally, as a cam for example. But I'm hoping he takes up that spot as a playmaker on the right wing. Lastly, for 3 seasons Ziyech has been the player with the most possession loss in the Eredivisie. I think this is just something we're going to have to accept. He plays a high risk game, but that's also his strength. He looks to play it forward and he's constantly looking for goals and assists. We've been dittering around box since before Sarri, and it's been driving most of us mad. Hopefully Ziyech will be a player who gets us forward quicker, and someone who can break the deadlock with that great left foot of his. All in all it's a gamble, just like any other transfer. But for 40m I think he's definitely worth a punt.