A lot of football fans expected Chelsea to miss the quality of Eden Hazard when the former Blues talisman left the club for Real Madrid in the summer but that didn’t happen at the start of the current Premier League season until recent weeks when the goals have dried up for the West Londoners especially at home.
Eden Hazard left Chelsea for Real Madrid in a €100m deal last summer and the Blues were unable to sign a replacement for him due to their transfer ban.
Chelsea’s ban has been lifted and they have been linked with several players that could replace Eden Hazard including ones with Premier League experience and the ones without Premier League experience.
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Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha is rated at £70m and the Ivorian has been linked with the Blues as a possible replacement for the above mentioned Eden Hazard.
Zaha came close to joining both Arsenal and Everton in the summer but the two clubs were unable to produce the transfer fee needed to sign him.
Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho is also a top target for Chelsea, while Barcelona loanee Philippe Coutinho is also an option.
Coutinho is on loan at Bayern Munich from Barcelona.
Ajax Amsterdam attacker Hakim Ziyech and Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale are also Chelsea targets.