Hazard 'happy' to finish career at Chelsea if Madrid move doesn't happen

Hazard 'happy' to finish career at Chelsea if Madrid move doesn't happen

Hazard 'happy' to finish career at Chelsea if Madrid move doesn't happen

Jose Mourinho eased the pressure on his shoulders after United staged a second half fight-back to beat Newcastle United 3-2 in dramatic style at Old Trafford two weeks ago so it seems his job is safe for the time being.

His blistering form have seen rumours of a move to Real Madrid resurface, with Hazard once again doing little to extinguish them, describing a move to the Bernabeu as a "dream" on more than one occasion.

"I could end up here at Chelsea, it wouldn't be a problem", he said.

"I want what's good for me, but I want what's good for the club because the club has given me everything", he said. "It will be important for us if he remains with us".

Hazard is leading the English Premier League's scoring chart with seven goals, as the Blues remain unbeaten in all competitions this season.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid are keen on adding a super signing to replace Ronaldo.

According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea want to sit down with Hazard and his representatives in November and are expected to offer a deal worth £300,000-per-week, a significant pay rise on his current terms that are worth £220,000-per-week.

"They are still playing but let's say that he's the player who's going to receive from them the inheritance of being the best player in the world".

"If he is able to improve during training maybe he will be able to use himself at 100 per cent because I think that we have seen only 70, 75, 80 per cent of his potential". "I don't think he is".

Maurizio Sarri has dismissed claims from former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon that Eden Hazard has been kept at Chelsea against his will, insisting he can win the Ballon d'Or if he stays at Stamford Bridge.

And, speaking to Sky Sports ahead of his side's Premier League showdown with Chelsea this weekend, Poga opened up on the stunning win, crediting the club's fans for their performance.

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