Whenever it comes to closing transfer deals, Chelsea do not fail to ensure that they get the best out of the deal they would want to close. It has been reported that Eden Hazard will be likely to make his return back to the Stamford Bridge this January. The Belgian winger had a very splendid career at Chelsea and that was where he played at his peak. For seven years, Eden Hazard played his heart out till he eventually thought it was time for him to take the next big step in his career and he then completed his move to Real Madrid.
The troubling thing about Hazard's career at Chelsea was that Hazard went on a serious injury only twice and he has already missed more than a year of football ever since he completed his move to Real Madrid. During Hazard's time as a Chelsea player, he turned out to be one of their fans favourite and even though he has departed, he is still some Chelsea fans' favorite player.
Hazard have however been linked with a move back to his former club and Real Madrid are currently pushing for this deal to happen. It has been known for a long time that Carlo Ancelotti is an admirer of Chelsea's right back, Reece James. The Galacticos are now hoping to offer Eden Hazard to Chelsea as a swap deal for Reece James.
It is very obvious that Chelsea will not allow any other English premier league club to sign Eden Hazard and with Newcastle's recent big money takeover, they will expected to buy any big player in order to reinforce their squad. Hazard's asking price could be worth around £34m.
Chelsea and Abramovic should not allow Madrid's plan to take away one of Chelsea's brightest stars by shunning their interest in one of their favorite players.
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