Chelsea's right back Reece James has today reacted to Real Madrid interest to get him in the swap deal for Eden Hazard return to Stamford bridge. According to Guardian News today morning, Reece James bond with Chelsea is strong and the England youngster want more time in North London. Moving from Chelsea academy to senior team has been his dream and he want more time there.
Real Madrid are in position to offer Eden Hazard back to Chelsea if Reece James will be included in the swap deal. This is after a strong bond between Chelsea former striker and the club owner. However this seems impossible as James will not be leaving Chelsea this easily.
' I have dreamt of being here in the senior team. Am greatful to be in North London. I just want more time here under my career. My opinion haven't set to leaving this club. It's a privilege to be in the first team and am ready to serve the club. I may attract most clubs but am not chasing the way out of Chelsea. Am here to stay in my childhood club.'
Interest have been developed by Real Madrid following Reece James but the England youngster is ready to stay in North London and serve Chelsea.
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