Eden Hazard could be on his way back to Chelsea in the upcoming Transfer Market. This comes after reports stating that the player wishes to come back to his former club. El Nacional also reports that the Chelsea Owner would like to resign his former player. This could be concerning the club not having enough pure dribblers. Chelsea is currently on top of the Premier League table after Game Week 7. Chelsea currently has 16 points and have only lost once in the league against Manchester City.
With Real Madrid already trying to clear funds to sign Kylian Mbappe in the upcoming Transfer Market. The club looks to offload as many players as possible on high wages. Due to the multiple injuries to Eden Hazard while at Real Madrid, the player hasn’t made quite the mark they wished he had. Currently, there are more than 8 players over the age of 30 in Real Madrid with Eden Hazard being one of them.
The club is looking to ensure that the rebuild for the team and the club as a whole with a focus on younger players. Eden Hazard had signed for Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 for a fee of € 100M from Chelsea. Eden Hazard had signed for Real Madrid after winning the UEFA Europa League with Chelsea.
The Reunion Between Chelsea And Eden Hazard
Eden Hazard since his signing for Real Madrid has made 37 appearances in the league. While scoring 4 and assisting 8 in his time at the club. If Chelsea wishes to sign him, they will need to be on track with his injury record. The player has been injured for most of his time in the past few seasons. The Belgians have started playing more this season playing 7 games in the league and starting in 4 of them.
The main reason why Chelsea would like to sign the player back is due to his skill. Eden Hazard is one of the best dribblers on the ball and currently, Chelsea lacks them. As a winger, the only players Chelsea have are Callum Hudson and Cristian Pulisic. While not currently starting in the league, these kinds of players have been crucial towards the success of a team like Chelsea.
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