Former Chelsea star player Eden Hazard has hinted on is wish to return to the Stamford Bridge in not too distant future.
The Belgium winger dumped the West Londoners to pitch tent with Spanish La Liga side Real Madrid last summer but from all indications, he still has his heart with his former employers.
According to Hazard, when he spoke to businessman and Chelsea fan Frank Khalid, “When I finish here, I’ll come back”, admitting that he has been watching Chelsea matches at his free times.
The seven years spell of Eden Hazard at the Stamford Bridge will not be easily forgotten by fans as he was impressive and gave a good account of himself.
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The Belgium winger scored a total of 110 goals for the Blues team, helping them to clinch two Premier League titles, the FA Cup, the League Cup, and two Europa Leagues.
Chelsea were also able to cash in £85 million from his move to Real Madrid. Although he has not been able to deliver the same performance at Bernabeu, Eden Hazard is not too long to win a title as he won the Spanish La Liga title this season.
The quick success at Madrid might influence his decision to also leave the club sooner than expected.