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Chelsea sold Eden Hazard to Real Madrid for £100m in the summer of 2019.
The Belgian star had been courted by the Los Blancos for years, before an eventual move in 2019, but it hasn’t worked out for him so far.
Hazard’s transfer fee to Madrid included add-ons that could have seen Chelsea earn up to £30m more, but his lack of form and fitness means that won’t be possible anymore.
According to reports, Real Madrid are looking to cut their loss on the former Chelsea man, and will be willing to accept slightly over half the amount they paid to sign him.
Hazard’s value has remarkably dropped, as he’s being valued around £50m or less, which is a far cry from the figures the Spanish giants dished out.
Hazard has played just 25 times in the league for Real Madrid since leaving Chelsea, and he has scored just three times, and has already missed more than 50 games across all competitions through injury. Even when fit, his form hasn’t come close to what we experienced in his days at Chelsea.
According to Mundo Deportivo, Real Madrid could sell Hazard this summer in a bid to recoup at least some of the large fee they spent on him.
Would it be a good idea to bring back Hazard for a cut-price deal?