Eden Hazard Will Leave Chelsea – Real Madrid’s Former President Says


If what Ramon Calderon, the former president of Real Madrid is saying is to go by, then we Eden Hazard joining the White House in the medium term.

Ramon Calderon believes that Eden Hazard will eventually join Real Madrid, while the number 10 Chelsea has not hidden his interest in the Spanish club.

The Belgian international, long linked to a possible transfer to Real in the press, continued to feed the debate with comments on its future.

Hazard ruled out a start in January, but acknowledged that Real remained his “dream” destination.

For Calderon, Chelsea will not be able to keep a player against his will, especially as his current contract expires in 2020.

“No need to have a player who wants to leave, slavery was abolished a long time ago,” said the former leader of Real, beIN Sports, with its sense of the usual formula …

“It depends on what Chelsea wants to do, it’s only a question of money between Chelsea and Madrid.”

“If a player insists on doing what he says publicly, it will be difficult for Chelsea to keep it and for Real Madrid it will be fantastic news.”

“I see Hazard as the star after the days of Cristiano Ronaldo and [Lionel] Messi”.

“He is the player who will receive from them the title of best player in the world.”

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