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Real Madrid make signing Chelsea FC star top priority

Real Madrid make signing Chelsea FC star top priority

Hazard has talked up his admiration for Zidane over the years, going so far as to say it "would be a dream" to play under the Federation Internationale de Football Association 1998 World Cup victor, per RTL (h/t Sky Sports News).

Real expressed their gratitude to a player who helped the club to four Champions League successes, three FIFA Club World Cups, two LaLiga titles and two Copa del Rey crowns.

Gab Marcotti discusses the latest developments in the Conte-Sarri saga and what's keeping the former Napoli manager from moving to Stamford Bridge.

According to newspaper reports, Perez, the Real Madrid president, has already reserved the No. 7 shirt for Chelsea's Eden Hazard and even allocated him the same parking spot number at the club's Ciudad training complex.

Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how France who were champions at the 1998 FIFA World Cup will on Tuesday night, July 10, face Belgium who have never won the World Cup title in the seminal of the Russian Federation 2018 tournament.

"Does Real make me dream less without Zidane?"

But despite Zidane having been replaced by Julen Lopetegui, Hazard told beIN SPORTS his thinking had not really changed.




"I think Real Madrid is everyone's dream".

The two European big-hitters have progressed to the final four of the World Cup in Russian Federation after overcoming some high-profile opposition en route. "As I've said 100 times before, I'm very happy at Chelsea".

"Zidane or no Zidane, the white jersey is special but the blue jersey [of Chelsea] suits me well so it does not bother me if I stay".

The Blues finished fifth and won the FA Cup last term.

Chelsea star Eden Hazard has reportedly emerged as a summer transfer target for Spanish champions Barcelona who are said to be ready for a deal to sign the Belgium worldwide.

And Abramovich is said to be ready to sell Hazard as he is considering selling the club, although he has not yet received an offer.

Dermot Corrigan is a Madrid-based football writer who covers La Liga and the Spain national team for ESPN FC.


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