Chelsea Star Hazard Could Make Shock Move To German Giants – Report

TalkSPORT has revealed that Borussia Dortmund are trying to land Chelsea’s talented youngster Thorgan Hazard on a loan deal. Thorgan joined Chelsea from Lille in 2012 a month after his brother Eden had made a £32million move to Stamford Bridge.

Thorgan has been on loan to Belgian side Zulte Waregem and has had two wonderful seasons with them. He has scored eleven goals this season and has said he is ready for a move to one of Europe’s top leagues.

Just recently, the 21 year old player has said he would be keen to play in England or Germany if a return to Chelsea is not feasible. Borssuia Dortmund are set to make his wishes come true.

Borussia Dortmund are on a team rebuilding campaign after losing a number of their top players within the last one year. They had lost Mario Gotze to their arch rivals Bayern Munich and Robert Lewandowski is looking set to follow suit at the end of this season.

Despite the very impressive records Klopp has achieved at the club since he took charge, the transfer budget given to him is rather small. A long-term loan deal for Throgan Hazard is just the right solution.

Hazard most likely will spend another season away from Stamford Bridge on loan. With Mohamed Salah at Chelsea now, it means the competition for his position just got a notch stiffer.

Thorgan hazard has scored a total of 14 goals in all competitions and has a call-up to his national side, the call for Thorgan to join his brother in the Premier League with Chelsea next season is getting louder by the day.

Personally I would like to see Thorgan in Dortmund next season. While not taking anything away from the youthful player, I feel he will be better off at the German club where young talents are discovered, developed and given more opportunity to express themselves than a star-studded Chelsea team.

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  1. Tony says

    Though am a strong and faithful chelsea fan bt i wish he do nt return this season, his talent will be more developed in borussia D. There he surely will have more playing time than in the almighty Stanford bridge.

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