Younger brother Thorgan, once of the Chelsea Loan Army, continues to carve out a strong career for himself in Germany, now in his fifth season at Borussia Monchengladbach, and is becoming a regular part of the Belgium national team as well. Youngest brother Ethan, perhaps soon of the Chelsea Loan Army is starting to show similar promise at 15.
And then there is Kylian, the somewhat forgotten middle brother who spent time in Hungary before a knee injury took him out of contention for the better part of a year. At his oldest brother’s behest, Chelsea signed him a the start of last season, helped him get back on his feet (literally and figuratively) and after signing him to a two-year contract extension, sent him on his first loan assignment this summer, back home to Belgium to Cercle Brugge.
“I’m getting used to it, it’s been a long time since I played with the name ‘Hazard’ on my back.
The coach, he’s talking to me as Kylian. That’s the most important thing for me.
I came here to be a starter. [.
-Kylian Hazard; source: RTBF via Google Translate
Sounds like a Hazard alright.