What Could Happen To Eden Hazard If He Returns To Chelsea During January Transfer Window
Chelsea played a frustrating 3-3 draw against Russian side Zenit Saint Petersburg in their UEFA Champions League last group game, this result means Chelsea slip to 2nd position in group H, as Juventus finish on top spot this campaign.
The Blues performance in their last 7 games have seen them win 3 games, drawing 3 and lost 1 in all competitions. This recent form shows how the absence of some key players due to injuries have affected their overall performances in all competitions.
Many Chelsea players are struggling with injuries, as the likes of N’golo Kante, Ben Chilwell, Trevor Chalobah, Mateo Kovacic and Jorginho all miss Chelsea last fixture against the Russian side Zenit Saint Petersburg in the UEFA Champions League clash last time out.
The January transfer window is approaching, Chelsea might want to sign new players to strengthen their squad to continue their challenge for silverware this campaign.
What could happen to Eden Hazard if he returns to Chelsea during January transfer window.
The January transfer window is just weeks from now, as many clubs are preparing to do business by that time. The reigning European Champions Chelsea could be willing to sign new players to help the club continue their quest for silverware this campaign.
Spanish giant Real Madrid are willing to let Eden Hazard leave in January, Hazard joined Real Madrid from Chelsea in July 2019, completing a lifelong dream of playing for the Whites. He has suffered series of injuries and Real Madrid are willing to let Hazard leave Santiago Bernabeu, having scored just 5 times and 9 assist in 55 games for Madrid.
If peradventure, Chelsea sign Eden Hazard, he could rediscover his fine form, as the German tactician has help many Chelsea players improve since he took over from Frank Lampard in January this year.
The German goffer could help Hazard, return to his best form, which attracted many clubs to go after him in 2019.
The Belgian had a brilliant 7 years with the Blues as he scored 85 goals in 245 appearances for the Blues. He could do better if he returns to Stamford Bridge.