A report claims that the Belgian was holding out on signing a £300,000-a-week extension as he waits to listen to from Actual
EDEN HAZARD has allegedly been contacted by Zinedine Zidane over a transfer to Actual Madrid.
One report claims that the Belgian star was holding out on signing a £300,000-a-week extension at Chelsea as he waits to listen to from Actual.
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However, based on Spanish title Diario Gol, Zidane has known as Hazard previously week to debate his curiosity.
Hazard, 26, has a two and a half years to run on his present deal at Stamford Bridge.
However Actual are long-term suitors and Hazard just lately spoke of his admiration for the Spanish giants.
The Occasions says that Hazard has shelved talks till the tip of the season, when Hazard then jets off to face England on the World Cup.
On the finish of November, Hazard stated: “I’m all the time very advantageous at this membership. I nonetheless have two years of my contract left.
“Once I really feel the will to depart, I’ll go away. However, for now, I’m a Blue.
“We all know the admiration that I’ve for Actual, however I’m at Chelsea. Yearly, issues have been stated about me however I stayed.
“In Lille, I used to be introduced in Paris, however I stayed. And in Chelsea, individuals all the time stated that I’m leaving, however I’m nonetheless right here.”
Antonio Conte urged Hazard to pen a brand new Blues contract after he put Newcastle to the sword with a double in Saturday’s Three-1 win.
When requested about contract for Hazard and Thibaut Courtois, the Italian boss stated: “It’s regular in the course of the season to have the contact between the participant – or the agent of the participant – and the membership.
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“I hope that on the finish, Thibaut will signal his contract.
“If you happen to ask me about these two gamers, I will likely be very blissful once they can have this deal however that is the duty of the membership to strive to do that.”