Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel and owner Roman Abramovic are reportedly planning to have a major january transfer that is intended to reunite them with their former player who hasn't impressed since moving to la Liga.
A popular magazine in Spain has revealed that Abramovic is ready to reunite with the Brazilian playmaker Eden Hazard possibly in january after holding informal talks with Real Madrid's club president Fiorentina Perez.
The same report has as well hinted that Eden is reportedly willing to rejoin the Blues with his agent working the way out as per speculations.
It should be noted that the Los Blancos are in need of funds to land Kylian Mbappe and Borrusia Dortmund's Erling Haaland as per reports and apparently they can't wait to offload Hazard to Chelsea to re-shapen their attacking department.
The 30 year old has only managed to score 14 goals in his 51 appas for Real Madrid and ideally, this is bad for someone of his Calibre. A return to premier league can receive his form as per Abramovic despite having Romelu Lukaku back in the squad.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Eden Hazard should be signed back?
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