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Chelsea given huge Hazard boost

Chelsea given huge Hazard boost in meeting between Real Madrid and Man Utd

August 10, 2018 By Ali M.
Florentino Perez and Ed Woodward met in Miami to discuss transfer,s with the Blancos president revealing his business transactions with Chelsea.

After witness Thibaut Courtois leave for Real Madrid, Chelsea fans could be forgiven for fearing losing Eden Hazard to Real Madrid. While the transfer window shut close on Thursday in England, it remains open in Spain, meaning Los Blancos has the opportunity to come after the Belgian ace.

Reports throughout the summer linked the Spanish giant with a move for the Blues superstar while other sources claimed Florentino Perez ended his pursuit of the 27-year-old. While nothing official has been released, a report by the Sun hints that the latter is true.

As written by the British tabloid, the Real Madrid president met with Man United chief executive Ed Woodward for a breakfast meeting in Miami last week in which the Red Devils official discussed a move for Raphael Varane. It is no secret that the 20-time Premier League champion was interested in bolstering their defense and so they inquired about the Frenchman.

Perez made it clear that Varane, the World Cup winner who has been a commanding presence in defense alongside Ramps, is not for sale. The Real Madrid official then went on to confirm their plans for Eden.

Florentino admitted that his side would not be raiding Man United's rival for the former Lille sensation this summer, with Courtois being their only target for the summer transfer window. This will come as a huge boost for Maurizio Sarri's crew, as he will be key for them in the upcoming season.

The Belgian ace has returned to London after his impressive 2018 World Cup performance and will be keen on guiding the Stamford Bridge side back into the Champions League. As for countryman Courtois, he will be enjoying his football in the Spanish capital after sealing a $49m Bernabeu switch.

The custodian could make his debut for Lopetegui's crew against former club Atletico Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup. Only time will tell whether he will replace Navas as Real Madrid's first-choice keeper.

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