Hazard Continues to 'Dream' as Real Madrid Prepare to Swoop

Florence Fletcher
October 20, 2018

Hazard has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent months, with the reigning Champions League winners understood to have established an interest in signing the Belgian worldwide. I don't think so.in the last three months he has been very happy, so I don't think so'.

The Belgium global, who has always been linked with a switch to the Santiago Bernabeu, has continued to fuel transfer talk with comments regarding his future.

Calderon believes a move will happen as there is little point in those at Stamford Bridge keeping a player against his wishes, especially as his current contract is due to expire in 2020.

Chelsea fans have been alarmed by Hazard's recent admissions, with the forward suggesting he will have to move to La Liga if he wants to win the Ballon d'Or.

Ahead of a Saturday clash against Manchester United, he has reiterated his commitment to the Stamford Bridge club.

Buck, who has been associated with Chelsea since 2003, however says that the club are willing to do everything they can to try and convince Hazard to sign a new contract and extend his stay in London.

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"Now the point is what Chelsea has made a decision to do, that will be I suppose a matter of money". "I accepted it. Anyway... leaving or staying, I was going to be happy".

"They've won plenty of Premier Leagues, and the Champions League".

"Now I'm nearly 28, seven years with Chelsea, we won nearly everything".

The Blues playmaker netted 16 goals in Antonio Conte's first season in charge but missed out on a second PFA award after his team-mate N'Golo Kante was voted the league's best player by his colleagues.

"And he's not only a great footballer but I think he's a wonderful ad".

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