Eden Hazard offers PSG transfer lifeline

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Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard has revealed he would love to play with Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Yohan Cabaye once again.

Hazard's latest comments are likely to heighten talk of a potential move to the French capital as the Belgium international has been linked with a move to Paris during the last few months.

The Ligue 1 moneybags have reportedly made Hazard and his Chelsea teammate Oscar their top summer targets as they look to splash the cash on even more world-class superstars.

And Hazard has failed to dampen speculation regarding a possible move back to Ligue 1 by admitting he wants to link back up with Cabaye.

Hazard and Cabaye both made their name for French side Lille before sealing a move to the Premier League with Chelsea and Newcastle respectively.

Chelsea's 23-year-old playmaker has an incredible amount of respect for his close friend Cabaye as the France international helped him settle into life at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy.

Speaking to Le10 Sport, Hazard said on his former teammate: "Cabaye is one of the best players I could hope to play with.

"He was like my big brother when I arrived in Lille. I love you, you're my friend, you're in my heart and I hope one day we can play together."

Reports in January had suggested that Paris Saint-Germain were prepared to pay up to £80million for Hazard

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