Chelsea transfer roundup: Eden Hazard to return after Blues’ Gavi blow

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The Stamford Bridge outfit has been linked to a number top names before the January transfer window. They could even arrange a sensational Eden Hazard return

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Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea side continues impressing.

With a convincing victory over Leicester, Saturday’s win by the Blues saw them return to their winning ways.

First half goals from Antonio Rudiger and N’Golo Kante put Thomas Tuchel’s men on course at the King Power Stadium before Christian Pulisic added a third after the break to seal an imposing win.

Blues coach Tuchel wants his team to improve and the club may make big moves during the January transfer window.

A legend of the club has been linked with a return at Stamford Bridge. However, their hopes of signing one among the top young players in world football seem to have fallen apart.

A first-team player seems ready to make a long-term commitment to the club.

Here are all the latest Chelsea transfer rumours.

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Eden Hazard sets for a return

Chelsea could broker Eden Hazard’s remarkable return to the club in January, which could boost their Premier League title chances.

According to ABCHazard’s current club Real Madrid is keen to sign Hazard next summer but are open to the possibility of loaning him out for the remainder.

The report states that it could be an opportunity for Chelsea to host him back at Stamford Bridge, and include an option to purchase in his deal.

Mount ready to take a vow

After being linked to a move, Mason Mount is now ready to sign a long-term contract at Stamford Bridge.

Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Man City were all reported to be monitoring the situation after reports that the midfielder felt ‘underappreciated at the club’.

After a breakthrough in contract negotiations, “all parties are positive that the deal on the tables will now be accepted”. Football Insider reports.

If he were to leave the club, Chelsea would value Mount at around £70m, the report adds.

Gavi blow

Chelsea are now out of luck in signing Gavi from Barcelona, the football prodigy.

The Blues were last week reported to be ready to pay the 17-year-old midfielder’s £42m release clause, but the player reportedly ‘doesn’t want to go’ to Stamford Bridge.

Sport, a Spanish publication [via Sport Witness ]The player wants to remain with Barcelona and would like to sign a new contract that will increase his release clause in order to avoid any future interest.

According to the report: “Let no one worry. Gavi is not stupid and knows his future is at Barca.”

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