Brazilian midfielder, Oscar was one of those players that ware tagged as the future of Chelsea alongside the likes of Eden Hazard, Kevin De bruyne and Mohammed Salah. But, of all these people, only Hazard lived up to that billing. Others left for one reason or the other.
Photo Credit: Twitter The current success of Real Madrid cannot be discussed without mentioning Karim Benzema and Vinicius Jnr. Vinicius is the most improved player under Carlo Ancelotti. He has automatically become a starter even in the presence of Eden Hazard. Photo Credit: Getty images
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.
Arsenal remains interested in securing the signature of Netherlands international Noa Lang even though they are facing serious competition from the likes of Liverpool and AC Milan. Noa Lang remains one of their top transfer targets ahead of the summer. He has been in fine form for Club Brugge for some time now and continues to get better.
7. Gareth Bale Gareth Bale has a poor injury record since he joined Real Madrid from Tottenham hotspurs in 2013 for £101M. The 32-years-old explosive winger can't stay fit for a very long time, which is something affecting his career. Gareth Bale's latest injury is a hamstring injury he sustained while on International duty with Wales in September, the Welsh hasn't played a single game for Real Madrid since on the 28th of August.
The reason why Cristiano Ronaldo was left to complete today's game after causing a commotion in their 5-0 disappointing loss to Liverpool is still unacceptable by some football pundits who believe that the Portugal International Should have been sent off for his bad challenge on a Liverpool player towards the end of the first half.
The January transfer window is gradually closing in and teams are making their intentions about the players that they would want to sign known. Chelsea will be hoping to make some signings in the transfer window to strengthen their squad. Be it as it may, the blues are currently keeping tabs on their former star player, Eden Hazard.
So many club football managers don't like it when the International break comes up. The reason why club football managers dislike the International break is not that they don't want their players to play for their various countries. The reason is that international breaks often come with various types of injuries that affect players who are on national duty.
There has been speculations that Chelsea football club are considering a swap deal with Real Madrid for their former superstar, Eden Hazard. Rumors has it that Real Madrid has named Reece James as the player they want from Chelsea football club as part of the swap deal for Eden Hazard.
Hazard could have been the best Substitute for Lukaku if signed by Chelsea as the star player got injured
Photo Credit: Mirror.co.uk Chelsea has been left with a thought as their top striker got injured and will be unable to play today against Norwich City in the English Premier League. Eden Hazard could have been the best replacement after Lukaku was injured. Photo Credit: Twitter.com Lukaku's return date is yet to be released by the medical team department which means lukaku could be out for three to four weeks for a better assessment concerning his fitness.
It is true that many people would not agree with the news of Chelsea football club involving themselves in the swap deal with Real Madrid for Eden Hazard. Because there is an ongoing speculation and rumor that Chelsea football club are considering a swap deal with Real Madrid, that will result in their former superstar, Eden Hazard, returning back to the Stamford Bridge.
According to recent media reports, Chelsea is considering a move to bring back Eden Hazard to England. The club believes that the 30 years old winger still has what it takes to resurrect his dying career, and they are said to have opened talks with Real Madrid to bring back their former star player during the upcoming January transfer window.
Eden Hazards' fitness continues to be a regular issue for Real Madrid, despite claims that his injury issues are behind him. The Belgian alternates between training with the squad normally and working on his own on a daily basis, and on Friday he was working separately, which suggests he won't be involved in the Champions League clash with Shakhtar Donetsk.
1. Marco Reus Marco Reus could have been on the same level as Hazard, Neymar, and Mbappé if he hadn't been plagued by injuries. In the German Bundesliga, he is one of the top players. Reus is one of this generation's most under appreciated players.
Real Madrid will travel to Camp Nou once again on Sunday for the first El Clasico of the season. Two wins in the last 2 games must have increased the morale of the Barcelona players. Real Madrid has only lost once in their last 9 games in the Camp Nou winning 3 out of them.
When debating whether or not you want to see Eden Hazard in a Chelsea shirt again, it's vital to put your emotions aside and assess the situation objectively. For this article, I did exactly that, and my judgment remains the same: I believe Hazard should return to Chelsea.
Chelsea are reportedly interested in bringing back one of their former midfielder, Eden Hazard, on loan according to a news online. Eden Hazard's return to Stamford Bridge is expected to help him find his form after a difficult stint at Real Madrid. However, I believe that if the stories about Chelsea's interest in Hazard are genuine and they do bring him back, Chelsea will benefit greatly.
Many players are known to be out of sorts, like fish out of water, upon switching clubs, while only a few deliver the goods, irrespective of location. L-R: Bastian, Hazard and Torres. Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the few players who belong to the second set, as the Portuguese super star has so far laid down the marker at Sporting Lisbon, Manchester United, Real Madrid, and Juventus.
Real Madrid are reportedly planning to trade Belgian winger Eden Hazard in order to generate the finances needed to sign Borussia Dortmund's Erling Haaland next summer. In recent weeks, Hazard has been heavily linked with a return to Chelsea. Real Madrid is desperate to get rid of Eden Hazard, according to Sport.
El Nacional reports that Chelsea is willing to re-sign Eden Hazard and it will be a good move for both parties too. Hazard is reportedly open to the move. The Catalonian paper reports that Abramovic believes that should Eden return to Chelsea, he would once again flourish as he did once before.