Chelsea Respond To 'Eden Hazard To Real Madrid' Rumours

Lynette Rowe
October 20, 2018

Chelsea return to action on Saturday in the Premier League when they take on Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea have not lost at home to United since October 2012 and they will be looking to pile the pressure on their former boss Jose Mourinho.

Hazard has spoken of his daily quandary over his future, whether to extend his Chelsea contract which expires in June 2020, or seek a "dream" move to Real.

"Every Chelsea fan in London and around the world loves Eden Hazard, and he's not only a great footballer but I think he's a wonderful lad", Buck told attendees at a Financial Times future of football event.

'Because if Herrera is marking me I know I'm quicker than him so if I pass ball and I'm just running I can do something good. 'It will be very important if he will remain with us; very, very important.

His seven Premier League goals put him top of the scoring charts and have helped propel Chelsea into an early title race with favourites and reigning champions Manchester City.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid are keen on adding a super signing to replace Ronaldo.

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Chelsea are treating star winger Eden Hazard like a slave, according to ex-Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon.

It is all presented as part of the appeal of a move to Madrid for Hazard who has less than two years remaining on his Chelsea contract.

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.

"I love the fans - I think the fans love me".

"If the player insists on doing what he's publicly saying, it will be hard for Chelsea to keep him and for Real Madrid it would be fantastic news I have to say".

After yesterday's 3-2 win over Spain, Carragher said: "I'm pleased for Ross Barkley tonight".

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