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Eden Hazard eyes Real Madrid exit as he has already put a timescale on Stamford Bridge return.

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Eden Hazard eyes Real Madrid exit as he has already put a timescale on Stamford Bridge return.

Eden Hazard eyes Real Madrid exit as he has already put a timescale on Stamford Bridge return.

Real Madrid winger Eden Hazard will be a topic of hot speculations over the coming weeks and months after rumors about his future surfaced in Spain.

According to a report by Spanish TV channel El Chiringuito, Hazard desires to leave the Spanish capital this season after a frustrating first two seasons with the La Liga giants.

The Belgium international, who will be expecting to fire Belgium to Euro 2020 honor this summer, has consistently grappled with injury issues at the Bernabeu since making the initial £89million move almost two years ago.

This season, the former Chelsea player has been restricted to just 21 appearances in all competitions, a match that has seen him score an insignificant four goals.

Hazard won six major honors with Chelsea as he remains leen to leave Madrid and return to west London, almost as though he has undone business to tend to.

The Blues manager Thomas Tuchel, who saw his side finish their Premier League campaign with a 2-1 loss to Aston Villa is poised to be on the quest for fresh talent this summer to reinforce his Chelsea arsenal, certainly upfront, meaning a central striker may take inclination over a winger.

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But if the chance to bring Hazard back to Stamford Bridge does appear it could most surely be a path that the Blues are ready to examine, with the Belgian one of the club’s most beloved figures in recent history.

Hazard has already announced that he would embrace a return to Stamford Bridge, meaning if Chelsea were to strike an agreement with Madrid this season, should they register an interest, it could make life a lot easier for Chelsea in their efforts to sign him.


Back in December 2019, Blues fan Frank Khalid caught up with Hazard whilst the winger was recuperating from an injury problem and the Belgium international did not conceal his wish to return to west London.

Hazard said: “When I finish here [Madrid] I’ll come back.”

Asked whether he has seen his old side on television Hazard replied: “Yeah, when I can I watch. Not all the time.

“They are doing well, they’re young. Now they can pay for players, they can buy players now.

“I do my job here and then I come back.”

As well as making that case, the former Lille player has also put a possible timescale on when he wants to return to Stamford Bridge by, authenticating that he aspires to play until he is in his mid-30s.

Hazard, who is currently 30, told On The Front Foot: “I’m just hoping to play football for as long as possible, and I always try to enjoy myself on the pitch.

“When it comes to the end of my career I can look back at my achievements, but my priority now is playing well and enjoying my football.
“I don’t think about where I will be in the next few years, I try to focus on the next match and the next training session.
“I’ve only just turned 30 so as long as my body feels good, hopefully, I can keep playing for at least another five or six years.”

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