Chelsea are desperate to strengthen their team in the transfer window, but have yet to make significant progress on deals to sign Erling Haaland, Declan Rice or Harry.
According to Marca, Eden Hazard is ready to speak with new manager Carlo Ancelotti as he considers returning to Chelsea. Substitute Zinedine Zidane is confident of getting the most out of the forward, but it is said that Hazard is already in the market for sale
The Belgian is looking forward to returning to Chelsea, where he spent seven years and has been ranked among the best players in the Premier League.
Chelsea fans adore the 30-year-old, but it remains to be seen how he would fit in alongside Thomas Tuchel with an interest not yet mutual. But with the Blues scrambling to find transfer targets, a group shakeup could allow Hazard to return, as he hopes.
Ancelotti is a fan of the forward, but the decision to sell him escapes him.
Real Madrid is in financial trouble and needs to cut its salary expenses, as well as providing much-needed funds through sales.
Chelsea are uncomfortable trying to sign Rice and will move to Aurélien Tchouamani if there is no progress.
According to The Athletic, the Blues have a keen interest in the Monaco star, who had an impressive campaign last season.
The French club has a good record of recruiting young people, and the 21-year-old is on their sales list after a fixed-TV deal knocked many Ligue 1 teams out of his pocket and he needs to give up his seniors. stars to become balance. books.
Tchouamani has been on the radar for a long time at Stamford Bridge, but now they are ready to step up his efforts after fighting to reach a deal with West Ham over rice.
Chelsea manager Tuchel has identified Stuttgart star Kalajdzic as an ideal target to replace Haaland and Kane, although there are also problems signing him.
The 24-year-old garnered attention after scoring 17 goals last season as Chelsea struggled to secure maximum goals from him.
The Austrian international would be much cheaper than the aforementioned pair, but the Bundesliga club is not under pressure to sell.
According to The Athletic, Stuttgart have already set their target in terms of player sales.
In addition, they valued the forward at 34 million pounds to avoid interest from Chelsea and Newcastle.
It remains to be seen if the Blues will want to pay so much for a player who will likely be a replacement.