Chelsea football club are yet to make a signing this summer transfer window ahead of next season. The European champions will be looking forward to adding more worldclass players to the squad that won the champions league, and finished fourth on the Premier league table last campaign.
Several players have been linked with a move to Chelsea, over the past couple of weeks since the transfer window opened. According to the latest reports right now, Chelsea has received the proposal to re-sign one of the greatest and best player's in the club's history.
Eden Hazard left Chelsea for Real Madrid two years ago in the summer of 2019. The winger couldn't replicate his brilliance at Real Madrid the way he did during his seven years spell at Chelsea, due to injuries and poor fitness level.
Eden Hazard intermediaries, are working on the return of Eden Hazard to Stamford Bridge two years after he left. Chelsea have recieved the proposal, but reaching an agreement with Real Madrid about a transfer might be complicated this summer.
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