The former Chelsea striker Eden Hazard who has found it tough while playing in the Spanish League on the sides of Real Madrid has finally decided to have a transfer during the coming transfer window. Belgian international has made his mind to get back on English premier League where he feels will be better for him and is hoping to shine the way he used to be.
Eden HazardChelsea fans want Hazard to move to West London to join his former club Chelsea where they feel will be more interesting. Tuchel on his side has also wished to have this player on his side something that will make the deal to be sealed with ease.
Apart from Hazard, Tuchel is also aiming to have his former player while he was with Borussia Dortmund, Julian Weigl is the first option that Tuchel has decided to sign in the coming transfer window. The club is doing all this to ensure that the team is more strong and can do better in the Champions league competitions where the team qualified for.
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