Speculation is rife right now surrounding the possible move of Eden Hazard to Real Madrid. If you believe the rumours circulating, as soon as we hit the summer, a fee will be agreed and this deal will go through. Hazard is irreplaceable, but Chelsea are going to have to find a way to try and bring someone into the club to fill at least part of the hole left by the Belgian.
Chelsea midfielder N’Golo Kante has shut down speculation linking his name with an imminent move to La Liga giants Real Madrid.
Uncertain revolves around the future of Chelsea star Eden Hazard. The Belgian’s contract with the club is due to expire in the summer of 2020 and he has yet to sign a renewal. This essentially means that if the playmaker does not sign a contract extension, the club will risk losing him for a bargain fee next January or if the worst-case scenario arises, on a free transfer at the end of next season.
It would certainly hurt many Chelsea fans if Eden Hazard leaves Chelsea. The reception would likely be similar to the Thierry Henry got when he left Arsenal to join Barcelona during the summer of 2007.
Eden Hazard must consider his own happiness when he weighs up his options ahead of the summer as Real Madrid reportedly close in on the Belgian superstar, according to former Chelsea winger Clive Walker.
Alejandro Moreno believes Real Madrid will not put Chelsea star Eden Hazard at the top of their wish list this coming summer.
Brazilian winger Willian insists his fellow Chelsea forward Eden Hazard is only concentrating on the task at hand at the west London club and is not discussing a probable transfer to Real Madrid.
Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho reckons Eden Hazard possesses both talent and personality to ply his trade at Real Madrid.
Michael Ballack has urged Chelsea to recover their ambition of fighting for titles if they are to keep ahold of Belgian star Eden Hazard.
Former Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas becomes the latest person to chime in on the ongoing speculation regarding the future of Eden Hazard as the Spaniard has recently revealed what the Belgian superstar has told him regarding a potential move to Real Madrid.
Chelsea are reportedly furious with former goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, after the Belgian criticised the club’s sporting director Marina Granovskaia for reneging on an agreement to sell him last summer.
The ongoing speculation about Eden Hazard’s long-term future may finally be resolved soon with the Chelsea superstar saying he intends to reveal his decision “at the right moment.”
Maurizio Sarri has stated Eden Hazard is free to leave the club, although the Chelsea boss remains hopeful the Belgian superstar decides to stay at Stamford Bridge.
The Eden-Hazard-to-Real-Madrid saga continues with the latest instalment of the drawn-out affair involving former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack urging the Belgian superstar to insist on his wish of playing for the La Liga giants if that is where he wants to be next season.
Gonzalo Higuain is relishing the opportunity to test his mettle in the English Premier League after completing his move to Chelsea.
In a massive blow to the hopes of many Chelsea supporters, Eden Hazard has revealed he is yet to commit his long-term future to the club before again stating he would consider a move to La Liga giants Real Madrid in the summer.
After spending the first half of the season on loan at Chelsea, it is understood that the Blues are looking to sign Mateo Kovacic permanently next summer.
Bolo Zenden has claimed Eden Hazard needs to leave Chelsea in order to be regarded as one of the best players in the world.
Eden Hazard’s form so far this season has been nothing short of phenomenal, but such good performances bring more and more transfer rumours. The only side he is being linked to at the moment is Real Madrid, the same club that have been sniffing around the Belgian for a few years, and the player himself hasn’t ruled himself out of a future move.
However, over the last week, Hazard has admitted that he won’t leave Stamford Bridge in January regardless of any concrete offers that his current employers might receive. The pint-sized wizard has said most recently that he will only leave the Blues “on good terms”, alluding to the fact that he will not force them into a sale.
He claimed that he was not allowed to leave West London following his sparkling World Cup showing, “Chelsea were clear to me, I could not leave, I accepted it,” he explained to Telefoot. “Leaving or staying, I knew I was going to be happy. I do not regret at all.
“I will never clash with a club. If I leave Chelsea, I will leave on good terms.”
It sounded almost like an indirect dig at his international team-mate, Thibaut Courtois, who left the club under a cloud of smoke over the summer. The towering goalkeeper went behind the back of the Chelsea officials and used the 12 months left on his contract to force through a move to the Spanish capital.
After agreeing a six-year contract with Los Blancos, the former Atletico shot-stopper made it clear that he wanted Hazard to follow him and while he still might, it didn’t materialise straight away. The current Premier League leading scorer has said that he won’t jump into a decision whether it be over a new deal with Chelsea or a transfer to Real Madrid but it certainly looks like he’ll see out the 2018/19 campaign in London.
Mateo Kovacic has handed Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri a massive boost by saying he can imagine himself staying at west London on a permanent deal.
The ongoing transfer story of the summer linked Eden Hazard with Real Madrid, a rumour that gained pace when his international team-mate Thibaut Courtois made the switch to the Spanish capital. However, with just a week and a half left of the La Liga window, Hazard looks to be staying put until January at least when Los Blancos will probably renew their interest in an attempt to unsettle the Belgium star.
Midfielder Mateo Kovacic aims to hit the ground running at Stamford Bridge following his loan move from Real Madrid.
Thibaut Courtois certainly won’t have any friends left in West London on the back of his £35 million to Real Madrid on deadline day. Not only did the World Cup Golden Glove winner show a lack of respect towards the club but also the fans with some behaviour that doesn’t reciprocate the love he was shown during his time with the Blues.
New Chelsea signing Mateo Kovacic has admitted he sought advice from Luka Modric, who played for Tottenham Hotspur as a midfielder, regarding the England top-flight as well as life in London.