Since joining Manchester United, the Frenchman has established himself as one of the top players in the world. He is an outstanding playmaker, and his pinpoint passes and dangerous crosses elevate him to the top of the league.
Pogba is a strong defender who also performs admirably in the attacking phase. He joined United from Juventus in 2016, and he is expected to leave the club in January of this year.
He is reportedly interested in returning to his former club, and there is a possibility that he will join the Serie A team by next summer's transfer window.
2. Declan Rice
The West Ham star began his youth career with Chelsea while he was still quite young, and he hoped to make the Blues' first team at some point. Unfortunately, he was released and made the decision to join West Ham United in 2014.
After one year of development in the West Ham academy, he was promoted to the first team in 2015 and has been at the peak of his game ever since.
Rice has established himself as one of the most talented individuals in the industry. The Blues will be delighted to have him as a guest at Stamford Bridge when he departs West Ham in January, according to media reports.
3. Eden Hazard
Hazard left Chelsea in the summer of 2019 after seven years with the team. After joining Real Madrid, he was expected to achieve great things, but a series of injuries caused his career to take a negative turn.
According to rumours, the Belgian international is set to rejoin the Blues in January, and we could see him at Stamford Bridge next season.
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