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Friday, 8 February 2019

This is the real Reason why Hazard is leaving Chelsea for Real Madrid next summer

Chelsea fans are resigned to the fact that Belgium star Eden Hazard will leave the West London club soon. Chelsea executives are yet to convince Hazard to commit to a new contract despite having just a little over a year on his current contract. Hazard has long been touted as the heir to Cristiano Ronaldo’s position at Real Madrid after the Portuguese star departed for Juventus last summer.


Eden Hazard will leave Chelsea at the end of the season. That’s the verdict of ESPN’s Caught Offside Soccer podcast co-host Andrew Gundling, who believes the time is right for the Belgian to join Real Madrid. Hazard, 28, has long been linked with a switch to the Bernabeu. He was widely expected to swap London for Madrid last summer, but reports claim the Blues managed to persuade their star man to stay put for at least another season.

However, Gundling feels it has ‘all come together’ for Hazard to become Real’s latest Galactico signing in the summer. When asked if Hazard will leave Chelsea at the end off the season, he told ESPN’s Caught Offside podcast: “I believe it to be the case. All the elements of it. He’s not getting on particularly well with the manager right now, from what we understand.”

“He doesn’t like the position or what the manager’s trying to change him into, almost like a Dries Mertens – you’ve got the wrong Belgian! He’s also at that stage in his career where he’s in big contract territory, because he’s two years shy of 30. This is the time to make that big move. I just feel it’s all come together and he doesn’t owe Chelsea anything, he’s been there seven years.”

Sarri has drawn plenty of criticism for his treatment of Hazard this term. After forcing him, to play out of position as a number nine on several occasions, the Italian then sparked controversy by labelling the winger ‘an individual player’. Hazard soon fired back, nevertheless, insisting he ‘doesn’t care’ about his manager’s comments and Gundling doesn’t think Sarri will want to put up with another season of questions about the Los Blancos target.

“It’s never good when Hazard is the regular point of comment for a Chelsea manager and it’s not praise,” he said. “And it’s happened early by the way. This is February in their first season, he doesn’t want this again. There is enough uncertainty around the club that he will be quite happy to see this as a natural end I would imagine.”

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