Real Madrid want to bring Hazard back to Chelsea

The manager's idea to return Eden Hazard to Chelsea is understandable from their point of view

by Sead Dedovic
Real Madrid want to bring Hazard back to Chelsea

Two wasted years. The collapse of the career. Consequence: The agitation of the manager to return Eden Hazard to Chelsea. Only five goals in the Real jersey, games unworthy of a footballer paid 100,000,000 euros, and resentment of the fans of the Madrid giant.

He is so low that the idea of ​​going back to where he provided the best games in life is mentioned more and more loudly. Of course, it's about Chelsea. Managers who take care of Hazard's career have suggested to the Chelsea management to hire the once-great winger again.

For now, it comes down to feeling the pulse, an idea that should be considered, matured, and only then realized, but as things stand now, it will be a hell of a hard job. First and foremost: coach Thomas Tuchel is not "burning" when it comes to attacking options.

At his disposal are Mason Mount, Kai Havertz, Timo Werner, Christian Pulisic, and Hakim Ziyech. All of them are much younger than Hazard, which puts them in a pole position when it comes to the future at Stamford Bridge. It should not be forgotten that Hazard celebrated his 30th birthday in January, and Roman Abramovich and Marina Granovskaia, as the leading duo of Chelsea, adhere to the unwritten rule that footballers enter the fourth decade of life with a one-year contract, which greatly complicates the eventual business.


The manager's idea to return Eden Hazard to Chelsea is understandable from their point of view. They would fill their pockets with another lucrative transfer. It is possible that the footballer would play just like before, however, even if Carlo Ancelotti turned on the light for his departure from Madrid, Florentino Perez would have the last word.

The president of Real is a "tough" negotiator and he would certainly not let the Belgian go so easily, but aware that he did not live up to expectations, he would have to lower his demands. It is mentioned that 60,000,000 euros would be the amount that Perez would agree to, although it seems difficult, almost impossible, for Chelsea to pay that much in the conditions of the economic crisis.

Last summer, they spent almost 250,000,000 euros on reinforcements, resulting in winning the Champions League, but an additional 60,000,000 is already questionable. Especially since Tuchel doesn't need Hazard. At least not like this.

Even when it is added that Eden earns more at Real than at Chelsea, the mission of his return seems impossible, because he would have to lower his financial demands. Although, how he plays ... Or, he doesn't play.

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