Borussia Dortmund interested in Chelsea's Thorgan Hazard

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Borussia Dortmund are confident they can seal a loan deal for Chelsea starlet Thorgan Hazard for next season, reports talkSPORT.

The 21-year-old joined Chelsea from Lille in 2012 just one month after his brother Eden had moved there in a £32m deal.

Unlike Eden, however, Thorgan was loaned out to Belgian club Zulte Waregem where he has enjoyed two successful seasons.

Hazard has scored 11 goals in the Belgian Pro League this season and has declared himself ready to move to one of Europe's top leagues.

He recently said that he would be keen to play in England or Germany next season if a return to Chelsea was not on the cards and Borussia Dortmund are set to offer him the chance he's waiting for.

The Bundesliga outfit are looking to rebuild their team after losing a number of stars in the past 12 months. Mario Gotze left to join Bayern Munich and Robert Lewandowski will follow him this summer.

However, despite the success Jurgen Klopp has experienced since taking charge of Dortmund, his summer transfer budget remains small and he sees a season-long loan deal for Hazard as a perfect solution.

Whether or not he goes to Dortmund, Hazard looks set to spend another season away from Stamford Bridge. Jose Mourinho opted to buy Mohamed Salah in the January transfer market, meaning competition for places out wide is fierce at the moment.

After 14 goals in all competitions and earning a call-up to the Belgian national side, there is growing support for Hazard to join his brother in the Premier League with Chelsea next season. 

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