Chelsea are surprisingly keen on bringing Eden Hazard back to the club, Defense Central reports.
Hazard has struggled at Real Madrid after his £88million move in 2019..
The Belgium has been plagued by injury problems during his time in Spain.
He missed only 20 games during his eight-year stay at Chelsea.
Hazard has played just 35 games out of a possible 79.
Despite Hazard’s injury record, the Blues are believed to be drawn by his Premier League track record.
However, they would be ready to pay about half of the initial transfer fee of £88 million ($112m) Madrid paid for him.
The Blues acquired much younger attackers Timo Werner and Kai Havertz last summer for a combined cost about £117.5 million ($150m), but feel Hazard could add a bit more to Thomas Tuchel’s side.
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