Date: 9th December 2018 at 5:30pm
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It wouldn’t be the weekend would it if the future of Eden Hazard didn’t generate a few column inches.

Today, the good folk of the Mirror, have ensured that we get our weekend fix of Eden Hazard transfer speculation.

Our referenced source is championing the idea that it is not only Real Madrid, on mainland Europe, who are looking to lure the 27-year-old away from Stamford Bridge this summer.

Seemingly, Paris Saint-Germain and Juventus are also interested.

However, is it really a choice of the three clubs mentioned?

Now, obviously, I’d prefer Eden to stay at Chelsea but if the jewel-in-our-crown does decide the time is ripe to leave us, then to have three clubs interested in him can only be beneficial for the club.

Three clubs being interested in the player will push the price up although I somehow doubt, unless they sell players first, Paris Saint-Germain will be able to raise the funds without falling foul of Financial Fair Play rules.

As for Juventus, does Serie A, with its cynical defenders really appeal to Eden with the player already having bemoaned the fact that he gets kicked far too often in the Premier League.

Which leaves Real Madrid, his dream move and one I feel will, despite my hopes, happen!

But, as they say, there’s a lot of mileage left in this speculation yet.

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One Reply to “Chelsea’s Jewel-In-The-Crown Is Starting To Attract More Possible Suitors”

  • He is not our jewel though, he is much too inconsistent. Regardless, nice to have a bidding war, we all pretty much assume he is gone at the end of the season, had our board surrounded him with decent players, it may have been a different story. The problem now is how we will spend the money?, a Director of Football would at least get Asenso as part of the deal, not as good as Hazard, but better than Pedro/Willian. All in all over the last five years we have sold great players and bought in low-grade replacements , not having a decent striker is unforgivable. Had we invested better, we would not be in this position .

    He has no interest in PSG, Juve have not got the money, and we have bigger problems, like a transfer ban, and Theresa May confiscating us, as part of Roman’s assets.

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