Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Hazard will replace Ronaldo at Real Madrid unless told one thing

Hazard will replace Ronaldo at Real Madrid unless told one thing

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 global.

Hazard now wears the number 10 shirt for club and country, but Luka Modric occupies that jersey at the Bernabeu.

The 27-year-old has been a sensational presence in the Premier League and is only beginning to hit his peak.

And when asked about the prospect of joining the 13-times European champions, Hazard said: "I think Real Madrid is everyone's dream".

The 27-year-old has always been linked with a move to Los Blancos, and with Cristiano Ronaldo looking likely to leave the Madrid club, this transfer could now become a reality for the Belgian star.

"Does Real make me dream less without Zidane?".

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Another major deal on the go in Madrid is the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo, with Salgado hoping Real don't lower their asking price for the winger too much.

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The Portugal captain's impending departure leaves this World Cup shop window wide open for Los Blancos to exploit, and the demand from fans to improve on all fronts points to a big-money statement this transfer window. He's certainly good enough!

Hazard has inspired Belgium to a place in the World Cup semi-finals for the second time since 1986, with his side taking on France in St Petersburg on Tuesday.

"If he doesn't leave, we still have him for his best moments".

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