Chelsea superstar drops huge hint about moving to La Liga

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Eden Hazard has dropped a huge hint about his future in an interview with Spanish outlet Marca.

“At the moment I’m good in England,” he said. “I play in one of the best teams, but yes, the Spanish League is special.

“Why not one day? Of course, for the moment I’m here.”

It is interesting that he mentioned this in an interview with Marca who are knows to be a Real Madrid mouthpiece. He also had this to say about Zinedine Zidane.

“To think of football is to think of Zidane”

Having missed out on Kylian Mbappe, Real Madrid will be keen to buy an attacking player next season and in Eden Hazard they have a ready made superstar. Cristiano Ronaldo as he gets older will start playing as a pure striker and so the left wing position will be open. If Hazard does move to the Santiago Bernabeu, it will surely spell the end of Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid career. The Welshman has struggled with injuries and inconsistent form for quite sometime now. His place in the first team is already doubtful with the astonishing rise of Marco Asensio and the scintillating form of Isco.

There are very few players who can say no to the European Champions Real Madrid. And it looks like Eden Hazard is not one of those few. In recent time, Chelsea has adopted a stance of selling their player for a right fee if they want to leave. The cases of Petr Cech and Nemanja Matic prove that Chelsea don’t even mind strengthening their rivals. So if Hazard agitates for a move and if Perez is interested in bringing him to Madrid, a transfer is more than likely.

 

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