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Thomas Tuchel verdict on Eden Hazard resigning

Thomas Tuchel Hazard, Six Sports

According to reports, Thomas Tuchel appreciates the talent of Eden Hazard after has been linked with a return to Chelsea. And would approve the signing if it was to happen.

Eden Hazard spend seven years at Chelsea before moving to his dream club Real Madrid for £100 million in 2019. It hasn’t been the dream transfer Hazard was hoped for. Hazard established himself as one of the world’s best talents but has had a torrid time since moving to Real Madrid.

According to reports in Spain, Real Madrid are ready to cut their losses on the Belgium winger. And are looking to move him on. He still has over two years on his contract at Real. But Madrid fans have started to grown frustrated with the Belgian winger because of constant injuries. Hazard featured in just 16 league matches during his first campaign. This number dropped even lower to 14 league appearances last season. He has made a total of just 51 appearances.

Thomas Tuchel Hazard, Six Sports

Carlo Ancelotti isn’t the biggest fan of the Belgian winger leaving him out of starting lineup of Real’s last three league games and he was also an unused substitute against Inter Milan in the Champions League. Since then, Hazard has been linked with a sensational return to his previous club Chelsea.

Chelsea open informal talks for Eden Hazard?

Reports suggest that Roman Abramovich himself will try his hardest to bring Hazard back to Stamford Bridge next summer. Reports even suggest that informal talks have already begun to make this move a possibility.

Last season prior to playing Real Madrid last season in the Champions League final Thomas Tuchel talked highly of Hazard. Saying, “He is a top-quality player and was a key player for many years at this club and this league. The hardest in the world.” So consistent. I have the biggest respect for him. He is a big player. We have many people here who know him very well. “He was a key player for this club now he plays for Real Madrid.”

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