Published: Sat, March 16, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Eden Hazard's plan to leave for Real Madrid causes panic in Chelsea

Eden Hazard's plan to leave for Real Madrid causes panic in Chelsea

However, the return of Mbappe's idol, Zidane, 46, to Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu stadium has left the French press tense with speculation, reports Efe news.

In replacing Santiago Solari, the Frenchman took over the reins at the LaLiga giants just 10 months after initially resigning from his post at Real.

Willian is confident that Eden Hazard "wants to continue" at Chelsea, despite Real Madrid's reported interested in him.

Madrid have stepped up their pursuit of Hazard this week following Zinedine Zidane's return as head coach, making first contact with Chelsea to discuss his availability. "Like Chelsea fans, we are afraid that he might leave, I still believe that he will stay and we really want him to stay". I think it's a sad situation for English football if we lose a prestigious talent like that, because he is a very talented player and I don't think Real Madrid and Barcelona are bigger clubs than the English clubs anymore.

"I personally can not see him leaving, but you never know in football".

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"Of course, Eden is a fantastic player, one of the best players in the world".

Chelsea's confidence of keeping Hazard has been receding for months, with the Belgium global having made no attempt to hide his attraction to Madrid while spurning Chelsea's attempts to reopen talks over a contract extension that would make him the highest-paid player in their history.

Maurizio Sarri said Chelsea will not keep Eden Hazard against his will as the club brace themselves for an official approach from Real Madrid to sign the winger this summer.

The French daily also said a Zidane-led Madrid could be vying to gobble up PSG forward Neymar Jr., 27, instead of Mbappe, underscoring that getting the Brazilian star playing at Madrid has been "an old dream of Perez".

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