Chelsea sporting director Marina Granovskaia has set a limit to how much she would spend to complete the remarkable transfer return of Eden Hazard, per reports. The Belgian attacker has struggled at Real Madrid since his 2019 move from the Blues.
Hazard become a hero for Chelsea fans during his seven seasons at Stamford Bridge.
He scored 110 goals in 352 appearances for the club after joining from Lille in 2012.
The forward helped Chelsea win two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and a League Cup.
An excellent 2018/19 campaign, in which Hazard scored 21 goals in 52 appearances, prompted Real to pay £100m to take him to the Spanish capital.
However, Hazard’s form has nosedived in LaLiga. He has scored a measly five times in 51 games across all competitions.
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The 30-year-old has been linked with a departure and a sensational return to Chelsea has been suggested.
Owner Roman Abramovich believes Hazard can rekindle his status as one of the best players in the world if he were to return to the West Londoners, according to Spanish outlet El Nacional.
However, they continue that the Blues would only want to pay around £34m to bring back the player.
Hazard shares a poor relationship with Real supporters, a vastly dissimilar experience to his one at Chelsea.
The Blues defeated Los Blancos 3-1 on aggregate to advance to the final of the competitions.
Havertz’s goal ensured a 1-0 win in an all-Premier League showdown with Manchester City.
“He is a top quality player and a key player for many years at this club and this league, the hardest in the world,” Tuchel said.
“So consistent. I have the biggest respect for him. He is a big player, we have many people here who know him well.
“He was a key player for this club now he plays for Real Madrid.”