Eden Hazard has left the entryway open to a potential move to Real Madrid, however, he has made it obvious he could even now remain at Chelsea past the finish of 2018-19.
The Belgian forward has for some time been connected with a change to the Santiago Bernabeu, and it was as of late detailed he will “compel a move” in the mid-year, per Marca.
Hazard, 28, conceded he needed to leave Stamford Bridge after the previous summer’s 2018 FIFA World Cup, yet that does not mean he is as yet excited about leaving the London club. At the point when asked by France Football (h/t Sky Sports) regardless of whether he’d be available to a move to Madrid, he stated:
He included that the developments of childhood icon Zinedine Zidane, who left the manager’s job at Real the previous summer, would not influence his future: “In the event that he goes to Manchester tomorrow, for example, I won’t go there.”
What may well impact his Chelsea future, however, is whether the Blues can come back to the UEFA Champions League.
Subsequent to completing fifth in the Premier League last term Chelsea are contending in the UEFA Europa League this season.
They have spent most of 2018-19 comfortably in the top four, however late poor outcomes, including Saturday’s 2-0 annihilation to Arsenal, has abandoned them powerless against the Gunners and Manchester United:
On the off chance that Chelsea ends up completing the campaign outside the main four and need to make do with another season in the Europa League, Hazard may well choose the time has come to proceed onward.
He is a Champions League-quality player who might direct the first-team put at most clubs on the planet, including Real, who are lacking an attacking talisman after Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit.