Blues are in line to reunite with their former talisman following new decisions from Real Madrid
Hazard left for Real Madrid in a mega deal around €140m that earned him €400k weekly.
The move which was filled with high hopes and expectations seeing what Hazard has done at West London was only met with disappointments as the Belgian was stroke with 9 injuries during in his stay so far at Los Blancos.
This hampered his number of appearances and reduced his game time to just 30 league appearances since he joined in 2019.
Many have in the past labelled the 30-year-old lazy while others view him as cunning but according to Doctors’ reports, the former Lille star actually had injuries.
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The turning point for Hazard was the night of Real Madrid’s UCL semi final elimination.
Eden was spotted having fun with his former teammates, while the rest of Real Madrid squad were bittered for their elimination.
This escalated up to the extent Hazard even had to apologize for his act. But as we all now know, the Spanish team is no more interested in keeping the Belgian.
After revealing Hazard is back on the transfer market, reports erupted disclosing the winger is also now pushing to fulfil the promise he made to Blues when he was leaving.
Hazard had promised when he is done at Real Madrid then he would return, guess the time is right.
According to several sources, it’s now believed Real Madrid are demanding for as low as €45m to let Hazard leave.
This is way more lower than the huge sum they paid to see him end his contract with the Blues.
Chelsea are already beginning plans to see to his return and this could even be their first transfer business when the market opens next month.
Hazard on the other hand seems back to full fitness after he was reinstated into three Belgium squad.
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