Barcelona Rule Out Eden Hazard Swoop, Chelsea Star Too Expensive

Jul 15, 2018, 01:10
Barcelona Rule Out Eden Hazard Swoop, Chelsea Star Too Expensive

Real Madrid are willing to spend £150million to sign Eden Hazard from Chelsea, according to the Daily Mail.

The Blues will be loath to let Hazard go, as he has arguably been their most vital attacking player over the last few seasons.

Latest reports from The Daily Mailclaim that Real Madrid have identified Chelsea's Eden Hazard as the ideal replacement, and are reportedly preparing a British transfer record bid said to be worth £150 million for the forward.

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"For my career, certainly after this World Cup, I'm at a moment where I might change".

Eden Hazard showed once again just how good he can be as he led Belgium to victory over England at the World Cup.

But now, unfortunately for Chelsea fans, the attacker has dropped the biggest hint yet that he will be departing the club in West London, and making his way to new ventures.

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Hazard has always been linked with Real Madrid, and even though the manager who had first identified him as a target for Los Blancos, Zinedine Zidane, has left the club, talk of a move to the Spanish capital has never died down.

Asked about his future at club level after the game, Hazard told reporters they already know his preferred destination amid reports he could be a potential replacement for the departed Cristiano Ronaldo in Madrid.

I don't know. You know I've spent six (years) in England. "I am excited to play in such an intense league for a team that gives everything to play and win".

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"But there are other players in the World Cup, some who will play the final tomorrow, so it is not really important for me". We'll have to work hard.