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A recent report from Spain has suggested that Chelsea, namely Roman Abramovich, is looking at the possibility of bringing Eden Hazard back to Stamford Bridge.
Eden Hazard would spend seven prosperous years plying his trade in the Premier League with Chelsea.
During that period the Belgian cemented himself as one of the Premier League’s most feared attackers.
He would also help Chelsea secure two Premier League titles, an FA Cup, a League Cup and two Europa Leagues. Hazard would also earn several Ballon d’Or and The Best nominations during his stint with Chelsea.
However, Hazard would then make a big-money move to Real Madrid in July of 2019.
Los Blancos were in need of a new Galactico following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo and the struggles of Gareth Bale.
And at the time, Hazard, who scored 110 goals and assisted 92 for Chelsea, seemed like a solid shout.
But since making the switch to the Spanish capital and, before his latest injury picked up with Belgium last week, Hazard had, as per transfermarkt, suffered 12 separate injuries whilst on the books of Los Blancos.
Such struggles have seen the winger miss a hefty 57 games for Real Madrid, a number which is now only expected to increase in the coming weeks following his latest blow.
Now though, as mentioned above, Chelsea still seem somewhat interested in bringing Hazard back to the Bridge.
As per Spanish outlet El Nacional:
Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich is increasingly convinced that Eden Hazard would once again be one of the best players in the world if he wore blue at Stamford Bridge again.
They add that there is speculation informal talks have started regarding Hazard returning to London.
In terms of a potential fee, it is suggested that Chelsea would not put more than €40m on the table.