Eden Hazard has given Chelsea a major injury boost as he continues his recovery from a calf injury.
The 26-year-old missed Chelsea's 2-1 win over Stoke at the weekend after picking up a slight calf strain in training last week.
And he pulled out of Belgium's squad ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Greece tomorrow and their friendly against Russia on Tuesday.
Hazard is expected to miss Chelsea's first game after the international break against Crystal Palace but Express Sport understands that he should be fit and ready for the crunch clash with Manchester City.
Eden Hazard will reportedly be fit to return for Chelsea's match against Man City
Real Madrid will reportedly test Chelsea's resolve with a bid for Thibaut Courtois
Real Madrid will test Chelsea's resolve this summer with a bid for Thibaut Courtois, according to reports.
The Guardian claim the Belgian would be happy to return to the Spanish capital following his three-year loan spell at Atletico Madrid.
Zinedine Zidane is keen on signing a new No 1 to replace Keylor Navas and are also eyeing a move for David De Gea following a failed attempt in 2015.
The report claims that Real may find it difficult to entice De Gea away from Manchester United after he signed a new deal shortly after his move to the Bernabeu broke down, meaning they have turned their attention to the Chelsea shot-stopper.
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But Courtois publicly stated earlier this week that he doesn't plan on leaving Chelsea in the summer.
“I don’t see myself at Real Madrid,” Courtois said. “I see myself at Chelsea, the club that six years ago saw me playing in Belgium and gave me the opportunity to sign for them.
"We will see at the end of the season if they offer me something."
Chelsea will battle with Manchester United and Barcelona to sign 'the next Neymar', according to reports.
Chelsea reportedly face competition from Manchester United and Barcelona to sign Vinicius Junior
Flamengo forward Vinicius Junior is attracting interest from Europe's top clubs for his performances with Brazil's Under-17 side.
The 16-year-old has netted an incredible 17 times in just 18 appearances for the Brazil youth side.
And The Sun claim that his performances could spark a bidding war between Chelsea, United and Barcelona for his services.
But clubs will have to wait to entice him away from South America with FIFA rules stating that he won't be allowed to move to another continent until he turns 18 next year.
Flamengo have already put plans in place ready for the striker to leave the club by putting a reported £26million release clause in his contract.