Publicado: Mar, Enero 02, 2018
Deporte | By Armando Espinosa

Real Madrid abandon Hazard signing, time has come for Asensio

Real Madrid abandon Hazard signing, time has come for Asensio

Chelsea's key-stopper and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois has reached an agreement with the Spanish side Real Madrid over a transfer at the end of the season. Hazard, whose current deal expires in 2020, was left out of Saturday's starting XI against Stoke and was not even used as a substitute by Antonio Conte.

Per the paper, Mourinho "is anxious to bring in more firepower to ease the expectation on this season's leading scorer Romelu Lukaku and 2016-17's top gun Zlatan Ibrahimovic" and Dybala has jumped Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann as the apple of the Portuguese's eye for next season, despite suffering through a horrid campaign that's seen him benched on more than one occasion with the Turin giants.

According to the Spanish outlet Diario Gol, the Belgian has an agreement in place with the club to move at the end of the season.

Last week Hazard's dad Thierry gave an interview to a Belgian newspaper saying Eden is waiting to hear if Madrid want him.

According to The Sun, Real Madrid are planning a £120 million move for Eden Hazard, who is reportedly refusing to extend his current contract at Chelsea. And Walcott, now 28, is set to return to St Mary's on loan in hopes of finding regular minutes.

But he did go on to confirm that there has been "no contact" from Real Madrid as yet.

This comes after Real chiefs established their unwavering belief in Marco Asensio to provide the flair necessary for the club.

Hazard, 26, has been targeted as a player to help Real catch Barcelona after falling well behind them this season.

"I do not know what will happen in my career in the future".

As a result, Marca claim the Blues owner Roman Abramovich has got to work on new deal for the star winger.

The former Lille man was offered a long-term deal to stay at Stamford Bridge that would have seen him picking up a weekly wage of £300,000 but Hazard seems determined to work under Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.

Asked about Hazard senior's comments, Conte said: "This is a private conversation - between the club and the player, and the agent of the player".

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