Reuniting Thorgan Hazard with brother Eden could solve Chelsea’s attacking struggles

The combined form of Willian and Pedro recently has been somewhat of a concern for Maurizio Sarri.

Despite being unbeaten midway through November, Chelsea have become too reliant on Eden Hazard for goals.

Willian and Pedro are not wholly responsible for these struggles – Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud have only scored five league goals between them.

To solve that problem, Sarri could consider reuniting Eden Hazard with his brother, Thorgan.

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Chelsea signed Thorgan just after Eden arrived in 2012, but was quickly sent on loan.

He spent two seasons at Belgian side Zulte Waregem before going on loan to Borussia Monchengladbach.

After impressing there, Hazard signed for the German giants permanently for €8m – reportedly 16 times what Chelsea paid for him.

In the three and a half seasons in Germany, Hazard has developed into an excellent winger, providing assists and scoring goals.

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He’s off to his best start to a season, as in 12 appearances, Hazard’s got 10 goals and four assists.

Hazard’s even impressed for the Belgian international side, as he scored twice against Switzerland on Monday.

When Chelsea sold Hazard, they may have inserted an option in his contract allowing them to match any offer made for him so they could bring him back to West London.

And reuniting Thorgan with his older brother could provide the attacking fluency Sarri is looking for.