Eden Hazard has this afternoon lavished reward on Zinedine Zidane, amid mounting hyperlinks between the Chelsea standout and Spanish giants Actual Madrid.
Actual’s Hazard pursuit
The hyperlinks between Blues’ star man Hazard and Actual have been circulating for a number of years now.
Los Blancos are recognized to be eager admirers of Hazard’s skills, with the 28-year-old’s growth into one of many most interesting attackers in England having seen Chelsea reportedly pressured to knock again various bids from the soon-to-be former European champions final summer time.
Actual, for his or her half, although, have seemingly not been deterred by Chelsea’s stubbornness.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure for Juventus final summer time, coupled with the capital outfit’s dismal marketing campaign up to now, have seen reviews mount all through the season that one other big-money bid for Hazard will likely be forthcoming on the a part of Actual on the finish of the season.
And, on the again of Zinedine Zidane’s return to the hotseat on the Bernabeu final week, rumours surrounding the curiosity of Los Merengues in Hazard’s companies have since moved up an additional notch.
The truth is, AS reported earlier this week that Hazard has definitively set his sights on becoming a member of Actual in the summertime.
And the Belgian worldwide did little to discourage such claims throughout an interview with Radio Télévision Belge Francophone (RTBF) this afternoon.
After being questioned on who he would favor as a supervisor, Zidane or Belgium boss Roberto Martinez, Hazard took the chance to completely wax lyrical concerning the former:
‘As a participant there’s no comparability. I’ve a lot respect for Zidane. He’s my idol. It’s because of him I began taking part in.’
Nonetheless, considerably surprisingly, in the long run, the Chelsea attacker opted for Martinez:
‘However for the victories we’ve achieved with Martinez I’d go together with Martinez.’
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