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Thorgan Hazard expected to leave Chelsea on loan says father

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While the future of Eden Hazard at Chelsea remains in doubt, it seems Jose Mourinho has already made a decision over his younger brother Thorgan.

That is according to the Chelsea players' father, Thierry, who has confirmed that after a discussion with Mourinho, Hazard junior is set for another season away from Stamford Bridge.

He told Sudpresse: "I talked with Mourinho about Thorgan. He wants to loan him again."

The news will come as a surprise to those eagle eyed Chelsea fans who saw him in action for Zulte Waregem.

Hazard, 21, was awarded the Belgium Player of the Year award for his performances in the top division. He netted 16 goals in 43 appearances last season, generating rumours that Mourinho would give him the chance to earn a place in Chelsea's first team during pre-season.

However, having been confirmed that he will be loaned out again, attentions will now turn to where he will go.

Everton, Borussia Dortmund and even Liverpool have all been accredited with an interest in taking the player either permanently or on loan.

A move to the Bundesliga looks most likely for the player but a spell in the Premier League would allow Mourinho to keep a closer eye on his developing talent.

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