Chelsea to get green light to do £350k-a-week deal after Madrid star admits move could happen

After developing into one of the best players in the Premier League and helping Chelsea to numerous titles during his stay in England – Real Madrid made sure that they nailed down his services way back in 2019

However, despite winning two La Liga titles and another Champions League title – the former Chelsea man has struggled to live up to the billing he was expected to carry at Santiago Bernabeu, beset by a host of injuries he has struggled to overcome.

Hazard has made just three La Liga appearances this season and only 51 overall since joining Real Madrid – and there has been constant speculation that he could be coming back to the Premier League
Newcastle United are one club that are extremely interested in a deal to try and sign the Belgian – but there has also been some shocking rumours that Chelsea could offer him a move back to Stamford Bridge – although those rumours have died down as of late
But now – amid all the speculation and all the rumors – Hazard has opened up and admitted that this could be his final season with the Spanish giants.
 “In January it is impossible, because I have family and I like the city,” Hazard told Marca.
“But in summer it is possible that I go. I have one more year on my contract and it’s the club’s decision.
“If the club tells me ‘Eden, thanks for four years, but you have to go’, I have to accept it because it’s normal.

“But I would like to play more, show more that I can play, that I am a good player.”

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Hazard is a brilliantly gifted player that has flopped massively at Madrid – but would he be worth the money now for Newcastle? Would Chelsea really welcome him back to the club?

It will be interesting to see which club he possibly ends up at as he was once a world class player – but is a long way off that quality now

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