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Real Madrid want to return £130m flop to former club Chelsea after new injury with Belgium

Real Madrid are said to be tired of Eden Hazard's injury problem and are willing to sell him with former club Chelsea interested.  

Eden Hazard
Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard sealed his dream move to Real Madrid from English club Chelsea in 2019 but the dream move has since become a dead move for the Belgian. He has suffered more injuries and spent more days out of action and on the hospital bed than he has played games for the Spanish club.

He was injured for Belgium in the UEFA Nations League semi-final match against France which Belgium lost 2-1. He was immediately sent back to Real Madrid to have further scans to know the extent of the injury after which it was announced to be mild.

Real Madrid are in pursuit of youngsters Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland and will be willing to sell the flop they bought for £130m just two seasons ago, with his former club Chelsea said to be interested in bringing him back to Stamford Bridge, a club he was at for seven years.

Hazard joined Chelsea in 2012 from French club Lille and spent seven seasons, winning every trophy except the UEFA Champions League and all individual awards except the golden boot. His departure had left the club without a real playmaker and will be good again if he returns.

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