- Eden Hazard has once again been questioned over a possible move away from the Stamford Bridge this summer
- The 27-year-old Belgian captain is holding on to know what will happen at Chelsea this summer
- Chelsea are still ‘fighting’ to convince Hazard to sign a fresh deal in the neighbourhood of £300,000 per week
Chelsea’s Belgian playmaker Eden Hazard will not rule out the possibility of moving to the Santiago Benerbeau Stadium during the current summer transfer, even as he was quick to challenge prospective suitors on what to do by that “if they want to buy me, they know what to do,” reports suggest
The 27-year-old Belgium international has been linked to the Galaticos in recent time, but nothing positive has come out of it lately.
At the last count, the La Liga giants have not offered Chelsea any fee for the highly-rated midfielder.
The Belgian midfield jewel is currently on national team duties with the Red Devils’ at the on-going 2018 Fifa World Cup in Russia, but his present contract at Chelsea will not expire until 2020.
However, the FA Cup winners’ are still ‘fighting’ to convince the former Ligue 1 star to sign a fresh deal in the neighbourhood of £300,000 per week to remain at Stamford Bridge next campaign.
On the other hand, the Chelsea star player has been questioned on several forums regarding a move to the Los Blancos.
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According to UK Daily mail, citing sources at France-based L'Equipe as well as UK Mirror published before Belgium’s Red Devils’ fixture with Panama in Sochi revealed that Hazard hinted that he was looking out to see the new arrivals at Stamford Bridge and the manger that will be in the dugout next season before deciding on his next line of action.
Italian manager, Antonio Conte is still at the Premier League campaigners despite claims of a summer exit following a poor campaign in league title defence.
At the moment, eggheads of the Blues’ at still in talks with Napoli over compensation details for the services of Maurizio Sarri, who is frequently linked with a switch to the FA Cup winners.
“I don't want to speak about transfers now. I have been asked so many times about that. I am focused on the World Cup,” Hazard, was quoted as saying by the UK Mirror.
“But as I have already said, I have won everything in London outside the Champions League. If I am here in my career, it is thanks to Chelsea.
“It would be too easy to say: I want to leave because I have done everything. It is for that before everything that I would really like to know what will happen at the club next year.
“I am waiting to see if the coach stays or goes. If I stay, it will be because the team will be better than the season we have just experienced. I do not want to stay if we are less good. Real Madrid can interest me, everyone knows that.
“But if tomorrow this club does not want me, we will no longer speak about it. If they want to buy me they know what they have to do. It is necessary to have a project. I still have a project at Chelsea.
“If I have a beautiful World Cup, things will be easier.”
Previously, the Chelsea playmaker during interviews has admired the prospects of working under the tutelage of former Los Blancos manager Zinedine Zidane, in what he considered a 'dream' to work under.
Sadly, the Frenchman resigned from the Los Blancos job, five days after ensuring that the Galaticos claimed their 13-time European champions as well as his treble Champions League success.
However, the big question on the lips on the Los Blancos faithful is how new manager Julen Lopetegui will respond after their domestic rivals, Barcelona claimed the La Liga title with 17-point clear at the top.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho is preparing a £60m bid for Brazil’s Willian during this summer.
The Red Devils’ Portuguese manager signed the 29-year-old Brazil international from Ukraine’s Shakhtar Donetsk in 2013, while at Stamford Bridge, but is now eager to take the highly-rated midfielder to Old Trafford.
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