According to a claim in Spanish daily Marca, which was reported by the Mirror, the Spanish giants are ready to cash in on the former Lille midfielder, just two years after he left Stamford Bridge for the Bernabeu.
Hazard, who joined Madrid for a reported £150 million, has struggled to make an impact in the Spanish capital, making just 43 appearances in all competitions and scoring just five goals.
To be fair to the Belgian, injuries have prevented him from settling into a routine at the Bernabeu, but he was widely lambasted by Madrid fans and the Spanish media for appearing to celebrate with Chelsea players after the Blues defeated the Spanish giants in the UEFA Champions League semi-final stage last season.
Before the Blues won the Champions League, El Chiringuito TV in Spain stated that Hazard planned to leave Madrid and make a dramatic return to Stamford Bridge because he was unhappy there.
If Chelsea expresses interest in re-signing Hazard, it's feasible that Madrid will grant him his wish.
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