Chelsea transfer: Eden Hazard ‘truth’ return, Liverpool thought, Reece James swap… As the news continues that Eden Hazard will be returning to his former club, but, other clubs still bid for the player from Real Madrid.
The news that Eden Hazard will return to Chelsea, still trend online, despite it being reported as rumors according to Real Madrid.
No doubt, The 30-year-old is reportedly open to making a return to west London but a recent upturn in form for Real Madrid has seen Carlo Ancelotti change his stance on a potential transfer of the winger.
But it seems Chelsea has made the crucial decision regarding what happens in this specific transfer saga.
Eden Hazard, who is the former Blues winger and now with Real Madrid, but things in the Spanish capital have been far from ideal for the Belgian and he is being tipped to return to the Premier League, PL.
Meanwhile, Hazard, currently 30, has just two-and-a-half years in a contracted signed remaining with Los Blancos, who are reportedly open to selling the winger.
Abramovich stance on James swap deal
Real Madrid is reportedly interested in signing Chelsea defender Reece James and could offer Hazard in return.
According to Spanish news outlet El Nacional, James is wanted by Los Blancos, who could offer former Chelsea winger Hazard in exchange for his services.
However, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich, while wanting the return of Hazard, will not allow any of his current batch of players to leave in exchange for the Belgian.
Liverpool’s thought on Eden Hazard
According to El Nacional,
Liverpool are eyeing a shock move for the former Chelsea star this month. Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah both flew off to represent Senegal and Egypt, respectively, at the African Cup of Nations at the weekend, and Jurgen Klopp is wanting cover for his two star wingers.
According to the report;
Hazard is said to be of interest to Klopp, with the German believing the winger can help Liverpool fight for the Premier League title this season. However, the Liverpool board are reluctant to move for Hazard due to his injury woes in recent years at Madrid.