Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Chelsea Star Wants To Leave Amid Managerial Turmoil

Chelsea Star Wants To Leave Amid Managerial Turmoil

But the Daily Mail claim Real have been encouraged by Hazard to bid and will make a £150m offer in the coming weeks.

Barcelona have reportedly been told Eden Hazard wants to leave Chelsea this summer after the Catalan giants made first contact with his representatives as they attempt to sign the Belgium global.

The Chelsea forward is hot property this summer after a fantastic World Cup campaign and just two years left on his current deal at Stamford Bridge.

Spurs fans will be boosted to hear the 26-year-old is not being prioritised by Barcelona due to their pulling power, having taken great players from the Premier League before such as Philippe Coutinho and Thierry Henry.

Real Madrid are still interested in Hazard and with Cristiano Ronaldo joining Juventus, Los Blancos are said to have identified the Belgian as their top target.

"I'm doing well in blue so my future does not bother me".

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"For now, it's the World Cup".

Website Football.London is reporting that the Blues are looking at the Brazil global as a favorable candidate to fill Courtois' boots should the Belgian force through a move.

Chelsea have been keen to tie him down to a new deal, but the Belgian has so far refused to sign a new contract, with the spectre of Real Madrid always looming in the background.

Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen has reportedly been on the transfer radar of Barcelona, but it looks like the Spanish giants are focusing elsewhere now this summer.

The Red Devils were eliminated by France on Tuesday evening in the first semi-final, but Roberto Martinez's team can leave with their heads held high.

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