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Madrid keeps pushing and aims for Eden Hazard

TRANSFER TALK: Real Madrid continues to prepare bid for Eden Hazard

October 18, 2015 By Oscar Casanova Perches
The Chelsea midfielder was benched in the game against Aston Villa. He won the PFA Player of the Year award last season.

Real Madrid is not planning to give up on what seems to be their next big target when it comes to transfers. The PFA Player of the Year, Eden Hazard, could be Madrid's next target in either the Winter Transfer Window or by the one next summer. 

The 24-year-old player did not see any action in the game between Chelsea and Aston Villa. La Liga giants hope to get Hazard before the Belgian star's value increases drastically. Jose Mourinho has repeatedly claimed that one of his biggest stars is not for sale, or that any team would have to pay 100-million pounds for each of Hazard's legs. 

There is a possibility Hazard doesn't fulfill his contract with Chelsea

If there is a team that is willing to spend big money on players that they really want, that team is Real Madrid. They landed Gareth Bale for around £90-million. Cristiano Ronaldo was worth close to £80-million when he arrived in 2009 and James Rodriguez came in for £63-million right after the 2014 World Cup. 

Now, one of the best players in the Premier League is in the radar of Madrid. After failing to sign David de Gea in what was expected to be the contract with the highest-value for a goalkeeper, the Merengues may have some money to spare in order to go after the 24-year old Hazard. 

There is something that Hazard is still doing right this season 

Chelsea's number 10 has already played for Rafa Benitez when he first arrived to Stamford Bridge in the 2012-2013 season. At that point, he really started maturing as a soccer player to the one he is today. Some people call him a Golden Ball nominee based on his games last season with Chelsea, where the team won its fifth title.

While most of this could be just speculation, Florentino seems to want this to happen before its too late and the value of Hazard increases drastically. According to, Los Blancos will continue to march down the road to sign Hazard as they believe he could be a long-term replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. 

Mou gave his reasons for not using Hazard during the game

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