Date: 11th July 2018 at 8:15am
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In the midst of the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup taking place, the summer transfer market might just have finally got kick-started.

However, this perceived commencement may have ramifications for Chelsea.

Yesterday, Tuesday, the Serie A champions, Juventus, announced that they had concluded a deal that would see Cristiano Ronaldo leave Real Madrid to join them for a fee of £99 million.

In completing a deal the news source, the Mirror, reports that Ronaldo will earn the equivalent of £73,000 a day, however, Chelsea supporters are well aware that Real Madrid now have a space in their squad and the money to fill it.

To that effect, another news source, Football London, is reporting that our very own Eden Hazard is the bookmakers favourite to replace the Portuguese superstar at the Bernabeu.

Our source also goes on to mention that Hazard has indicated that he will leave Stamford Bridge unless the club shows ambition in the transfer market.

At the World Cup, 27-year-old Hazard has demonstrated that he is a world-class player, rumours linking Eden with a move to Real Madrid have been rife for months, which leads us to ask the all-important question:

Has Eden Hazard played his last game for Chelsea Football Club?

Please feel free to offer your thoughts on the above subject matter in the comments facility beneath this article.

 

2 Replies to “Ronaldo’s Juventus Move Rings Alarm Bells Amongst The Chelsea Support”

  • I actually can’t believe that he’s still here. I’m definitely no fan of Real Madrid or Barcelona… but if I had that level of talent, and I played at a club that’s run at the same degree of shit as our is, I’m not sure I could stay, should offers come in. Chelsea under Abramovich is DEFINITELY NOT a club that can improve talent. In fact, the club basically relies on this one player, where another club would leverage his talents to improve the whole squad, and find out how to get even more out of him. It was great while you were here, Eden, but I fear that you have too much sense to squander your opportunities. The career of a footballer is short.

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