Chelsea drop clue that Eden Hazard could snub Real Madrid this summer

Posted July 21, 2018

Chelsea have been linked with a move for Valencia goalkeeper Neto, as Thibaut Courtois edges closer to Real Madrid.

Speaking after Belguim's 2-0 win over England in the third-round playoff at the FIFA World Cup, Hazard had suggested he is open to moving away from Chelsea.

Sarri says Hazard is "one of the top two or three European players", adding that he hopes "to improve Hazard but that will be hard".

The representatives of Eden Hazard will meet with Real Madrid on Saturday to discuss a possible transfer for the Belgian star, according to Sky Italy's Gianluca Di Marzio. I can decide if I want to stay or go, but Chelsea will make the final decision - if they want to let me go.

Hazard said at the World Cup in Russian Federation that "it might be time to discover something different " after spending the last six years with Chelsea.

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If reports are to be believed then Real Madrid has tabled a bid in excess of 200 million pounds to secure the services of Eden Hazard who starred for Belgium in the recently concluded FIFA World Cup.

"I think I have the right characteristics as a footballer for the type of football that he likes to play, and the type of football that he teaches and passes on to his team", Jorginho told Chelsea's website. Another was not even a mistake - it was a journalist with whom I shared jokes for three years. For us, he's our most important player.

Later Wednesday, Gianfranco Zola named as assistant coach to Sarri, marking a return to the club where he spent seven years as a player.

Bakayoko joined Chelsea in a £40m deal from Monaco last season but failed to light up Stamford Bridge and actually struggled to perform under Antonio Conte.

Having made his debut for Milan as a 16-year-old in 2015, Gianluigi Donnarumma soon established himself as first-choice at the club and the latest in a long line of Italian goalkeeping talent.

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