Monday 11th October 2021.
Chelsea boss Roman Ibrahimovic is pushing for the return of former blue player back to the stamford bridge.
Former Chelsea star Eden Hazard might find his way back to the Stamford Bridge as the boss push for talks with Real Madrid.
Eden Hazard has been struggling since he made a move to Real Madrid. He has been facing injuries which have kept him out of form.
Hazard has missed more than 50 games for Real Madrid within a period of two years due to injuries.
Roman still believes the Chelsea legend has quality and his return to Stamford Bridge might change his sinking football career.
Real Madrid are ready to let him leave the club. He has not shown much of his quality with the club.
Hazard scored brilliant and decisive goals for Chelsea and remains one of the best strikers in the club's history.
His return might help out the struggling Chelsea striking force. Chelsea have failed to score more than Four games in their recent matches with most of their goals coming from defenders and midfielder.
Roman would do everything to have Eden Hazard back to his club and he has no fears that the Chelsea legend would still do better again
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