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Eden Hazard Threatens To Leave Chelsea For Real Madrid

Eden Hazard Threatens To Leave Chelsea For Real Madrid


Belgian and Chelsea star Eden Hazard Has threatened to leave Premier League side Chelsea, if the Club shows no sign of pursuing improvement from last season.

Chelsea finished fifth last season on the premier League table and ended with a FA Cup trophy but has since the end of the season failed to sign a player and still hasn't solved the Antonio Conte issue

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"If I stay, it's for the team to be better than it was than in the season we have just gone through," Hazard told L'Equipe. "I don't want to stay for it to be worse. I have won everything in London other than the Champions League. If I'm in this position in my career, it's thanks to Chelsea.

"It would be too easy to say I want to leave because I've done everything here. That's why, above all else, I would like to know what will happen at the club next year. I am waiting to see if the coach stays or leaves."

Antonio Conte really wants to see out the remainder of his contract at Chelsea and Chelsea have been unwilling to pay the compensation required to prise Maurizio Sarri from Napoli to replace Conte at Stamford Bridge.
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Hazard has been under Real Madrid's radar for a while now and he will not be willing to stay there till the team becomes totally dilapidated.

"Real Madrid could interest me, everyone knows that," he said. "But if tomorrow that club doesn't want me anymore, we won't talk about it again. If they want to buy me, they know what they have to do.
"Going there for going there's sake, no. There has to be a project. I still have a project with Chelsea. If I have a good World Cup, things will be easier."

Belgium brought to the world Cup, one of the most talented squads but Hazard feels the Belgian team still has much to cover, in order to compete with teams like Brazil, Germany and Spain in the competition.

"I'm not going to say that we're going to win the World Cup, but we want to win it," Hazard said. "You have to be realistic. It's not only up to us. For me, there are stronger countries, like Brazil. France is very good. Spain is Spain, Germany is Germany.

"They're often the teams that feature in the World Cup semifinals. We have a little bit less experience than them as a team, [but] in terms of individuals, we have great players who play in the best clubs in the world. But you saw at the Euro [2016 against Wales] that when we lose a player at the back, it becomes tricky."

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