Chelsea Could Unite All Three Hazard Brothers At Stamford Bridge
When you think of iconic trios in sport, you basically think of the New World Order of Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall and then everyone else is just sort of background noise. But Chelsea may be on the verge of uniting a trio that could be potentially.........* looks at camera *Hazardous.
....No, you fuck off.
Anyway, before I continue, here's a couple of NWO gifs for good measure:
Not content with having two Hazard brother on their books, the Premier League champions could be set to bring back Thorgan Hazard to the club and have him reunite with brothers Eden and Kylian.
Thorgan was sold by the blues to Borussia Monchengladbach in January after failing to break into the first team at Stamford Bridge but, after impressing at the Bundesliga outfit, could be set for a return to the Blues.
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"Two more Hazards in the first team, please". Could Eden soon be partnered by his two younger brothers for the Blues? Images: PA
BILD are reporting that Thorgan is being scouted regularly by the Blues and that his dream is for all the brothers to play together for Belgium, as well as Chelsea.
"Whether or not it will work out with three Hazards, of course, depends on Kylian's development, but at the moment he's not there yet, but football can sometimes be quick."
Kylian, the youngest of the trio at 22 years of age, joined Chelsea this year after spells with White Stars Bruxelles and Zulte Waregem. He is yet to break into Antonio Conte's first team, however.
Thorgan, meanwhile, has made an impressive start to the current campaign with Gladbach, scoring six goals and laying on another six in his first 15 appearances, having scored 11 and assisted seven more last season. The 24-year-old has represented Belgium at every level, with seven full international caps to his name. Kylian, meanwhile, is yet to break into the national team at any level.
(H/T Tribal Football)
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