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According to reports from Marca, Spanish giants can bid for Chelsea and Belgium forward Eden Hazard.
Eden Hazard who is presently on national duty representing Belgium in the ongoing World Cup has been in key form for his side.
Madrid is trying hard to bring down Brazilian star Neymar to his club but the deal look hazy. Real Madrid will go hard on for Eden Hazard as an option B who has hinted for a possible transfer to to Spanish side.
In an interview with the L’Equipe, the Belgian has hinted for a possible move. Hazard said, “Going to Madrid to go, no, it takes a project and I have it in Chelsea, if I make a good World Cup things will be easier, I do not want to talk about signings at this moment because they have asked me many times and in London I won everything but the Champions. I am at this point of my career, Thanks to Chelsea”
“To say ‘I’m leaving’ would be too easy, so first I want to see what will happen at Chelsea next season, I want to see if the coach continues or not,” he concluded.
Hazard joined the Blues from Lille in June 2012 after a Champion League win for the club. The transfer fee was reported to be priced at £32 million. On 18 July, Hazard made his Chelsea debut in the club’s first pre-season friendly against the Seattle and was also on the scoring sheets. Since then, the winger has been and integral part of the Blues representing them in over 300 matches and scoring 89 times.
Hazard will be leading the Belgium side when they will take on the French side in the Semi-final of the ongoing World-Cup and will hope to take his side forward to the Finals.