Belgian attacker Kylian Hazard will be leaving Chelsea on a permanent deal, the club officially announced.
The Blues attacker spent most of his season on loan to Belgian club finding the back of the net four times in 21 matches.
Chelsea have agreed on a permanent deal that will see Hazard move up to the Belgian club in a four years contract.
“Chelsea Football Club has agreed terms with Cercle Bruges for the permanent transfer of Kylian Hazard,” Chelsea official statement.
“The 23-year-old Belgian, younger brother of Blues forward Eden, joined us from Hungarian side Ujpest in the summer of 2017, making 11 appearances for our development squad last season, including a goalscoring debut against Swansea City.
“Hazard has spent the current campaign on loan in his homeland’s top flight with Cercle Bruges, scoring four goals in 21 appearances in all competitions, and will make the move permanent when the summer transfer window opens.
“We thank Kylian for his service to the club and wish him the best of luck for the next chapter of his career.”
The 23-year-old attacking midfielder, who joined the Stamford Bridge oufit from Hungarian side Ujpest back in 2017, will be leaving the club without marking a first team appearances with the club before being sent for a return to his homeland Belgium