Published: Wed, October 10, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Eden Hazard torn between Chelsea deal and 'dream' Real Madrid move

Eden Hazard torn between Chelsea deal and 'dream' Real Madrid move

"So I will see", he commented.

Hazard tops the Premier League goal-scoring charts with seven after claiming the opener in the unbeaten Blues' 3-0 win at Southampton on Sunday.

"You would be foregoing that, but you'd have the opportunity to play at a huge European club with a fantastic history and potential to win the biggest prizes in football".

"It is also when you have a dream and you want to make it happen".

"France won the World Cup because of N'Golo, two years ago we won the league because of N'Golo and Leicester [City] won the league because of N'Golo", he said.

Real Madrid have struggled to score goals this season and the report says the club want to take advantage of his precarious contract situation at Stamford Bridge to negotiate a mid-season transfer.

"But, from my point of view, I want him to stay - of course I do".

Time and time again he's gone public to flirt with Real Madrid.

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And, following that result, which leaves Chelsea joint-top of the Premier League, Hazard has been full of praise for his teammate and believes his new-found confidence can elevate him as one of the best midfielders in world football. 'I could talk now'. It is a hard decision.

"He does so much for us and when he's engaged mentally and if he has a good reason to stay he'll be unbelievable for us still in the future". I don't want to say that I am not talking with the club or the owner. "It is not like if I go I am happy and if I stay that I am unhappy".

He suggests that Hazard will only consider leaving Chelsea if Real Madrid come in for him. "I could talk now (about the new contract)".

Chelsea totally controlled possession in the opening 20 minutes but Hazard's goal - his eighth of the season - came after a tricky spell for them.

"A lot of people at the start of the season probably didn't fancy Chelsea as contenders, but the start they've had puts them in the picture", said Redknapp.

Chelsea fans need to start seeing more from Giroud - who earns £120,000-a-week, according to spotrac.com - and Southampton could be the ideal opponent for him to rediscover his goalscoring touch. "It is not trophies".

"I don't want that [drama]", he added. "Then I am happy".

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