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Real Madrid Give Chelsea Condition To Get Eden Hazard (DETAILS)

Real Madrid are not looking to let Eden Hazard join Chelsea without getting something more, MySportDab reports.

The laliga side want to use the Premier League obsession for the Belgian to tempt them into letting go of one of theirs.

Eden Hazard to Chelsea is now being tied to another option which Real Madrid are hoping they could see happen.

The Blues have been looking to bring back one of their legend who left few seasons ago before Frank Lampard took over.

Hazard has been unable to hit the ground running since joining Real Madrid from Chelsea which has seen him suffer multiple injuries.

The forward resumed camp twice overweight which led to him being sidelined but only to make a return and get injured.

The Spanish side make Blues star top target to strengthen at right-back as they plan to make a swap with the Belgian.

Real Madrid are set to offer Eden Hazard back to Chelsea as part of a deal for Reece James, according to reports coming from El Nacional.

The Spanish side hope to invest in a new right-back to offer cover for Dani Carvajal who has been the one taking that position.

Carlo Ancelotti has asked president Florentino Perez to make a move for Reece James.

Perez hopes to solve two problems in one go by bringing in Reece James and offloading Hazard back to the club they signed him from as part of the same deal.

Although Roman Abramovich would be happy to bring Hazard back to London ahead of the January transfer window.

Hazard Reece James

He does not want it to come at the expense of one of his team’s star players who is part of the club future going forward.

So this deal might be one that is unlikely to happen in every way possible from the end of Chelsea who won’t be doing such business.

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