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Real Madrid makes first move for Hazard

Transfer: Real Madrid makes first move for Hazard after reappointing Zidane

March 12, 2019 By Ali M.
Los Blancos have just brought the player's idol, Zidane, back to the dugout and are now ready to lure the Belgian to the Bernabeu.

Zinedine Zidane may have just reappointed as Real Madrid boss, but his return has already sent the media into a frenzy over who he will be signing over the summer. One name being linked with the club once again is Eden Hazard.

The Belgian ace has long been on Los Blancos' radar and with the Frenchman back at the Bernabeu, the 27-year-old might find a move to the Spanish capital too tempting. The Champions League holder has now made their first move for the attacker, according to Goal.

The report states that Real Madrid has already made contact with the Blues and have signaled their interest in landing the former Lille sensation. The Stamford Bridge ace won't come cheap, however, as his London employers will demand nothing short of $113M for his signature.

However, Florentino Perez does not want to strain his side's relationship with the Premier League outfit. Regardless, the presence of Zidane, which has long been tipped as the deciding factory for Hazard, might just be the catalyst for his potential arrival in La Liga.

Eden is yet to sign an extension with Chelsea and with the player entering the final year of his contract, things could get tricky for the Blues. This means the club could be forced to sell should he remain undecided on his future in London.

Hazard isn't the only big name being linked with Real Madrid, however. Prior to Solari's sacking, Los Merengues were rumored to be preparing a mega-money offer to tempt Neymar into leaving Paris while Mbappe continues to be an ambition for Perez.

 

 


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