Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard has returned to training ahead of their clash against Crystal Palace on Saturday.
The Belgian attacker was side-lined from the Blues trip to Stadium of Light last Wednesday after suffering a knock in training but has now returned to action and is in contention to face Palace at Selhurst Park.
When asked on the absence of Hazard from their victory over Sunderland, Antonio Conte told Sky Sports: ‘I don’t think so. For this game he couldn’t play.
‘There are no easy games, for this reason we must pay attention.’
Reports in the Metro claim, the Blues forward was spotted running at the Cobham training facility with indications he will be part of the squad that play Palace on Saturday.
In related news, reports in the Independent claim chairman of Shanghai SIPG is not convinced about signing Brazilian playmaker, Oscar due to the uncertainty whether he will be suitable to promote their business.
It is understood that Shanghai government has pressured the club to find a new marketing tool to promote and with the related success gained from the purchase of Hulk, it is believed that the Chelsea star could offer same but the club authorities still remain unconvinced about Oscar’s marketing value.