Borussia Monchengladbach have refuted Chelsea’s claims that there is a buyback option in Thorgan Hazard’s contract. There has been a tug of war between the two clubs regarding the Belgian’s transfer.
Hazard joined the English club in 2012 but spent the most of the time on loan in various clubs. The attacking midfielder joined the German club in 2014 and made the move permanent last year by signing a contract till 2020. The younger brother of Eden hazard has recently hogged the limelight as The Blues claimed that if they want they could trigger the buyback clause which had been included in the contract.
The player himself clarified that he has no idea about this clause, “I don’t know anything about this story once published in a paper.”
Monchengladbach sporting director Max Eberl also admitted that there is no existence of such clause, “There is no clause.
“When we get a Chelsea player then Chelsea has the option, in whichever way that may be, to consider this player — but not [an] active [clause].”
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