Chelsea are one of the best clubs in the world and among the top six sides plying their trade in the English top tier, the English premier league. Over the years the Blues have been able to attract some of the best talents in the world.
The club is one of the most active clubs when it comes to transfers. According to Catalan outlet El Nacional, the club have been cleared to bring their former talisman and Real Madrid forward Eden Hazard back to the club for a fee reportedly to be £50 million.
Blues striker Timo Werner is being linked with a potential departure from Stamford Bridge with Newcastle United interested. So, with that in mind, Hazard could be an option worth considering, with Chelsea even prepared to offer €50 million to secure the services of their former talisman.
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