Real Madrid president Florentino Perez recently divulged to Marca that Eden Hazard is still an important player in the club and it should not, under any circumstances, be assumed that Real Madrid wants to sell or loan out the player. He said this amid rumors that the 30-year-old attacker wants to reunite with Chelsea next season.
Perez went on to say that it is unfortunate that the club has not yet gotten the best out of the player because of his intermittent injury issues, but he hopes that next season he will emulate the record set by Real Madrid legends such as Ronaldo, Figo, and the likes. From Perez’s statement, it can be deduced that Chelsea has zero chance of landing Hazard in the summer transfer window.
Crystal Palace is reportedly eyeing a second transfer swoop after Chelsea’s under 23 captain Dynel Simeu was spotted in a friendly match between Crystal Palace and Durdwich yesterday. Patrick Vieira has already signed 21-year-old Marc Guehi and he will be seeking to strengthen his team later in the transfer window.
The 19-year-old turned down two contract extension offers tabled by Chelsea and told his agent that he wants to leave the club before next season begins. It is highly probable that Crystal Palace has made contact with Chelsea over the potential transfer of but it has not yet been confirmed.
Chelsea is still patiently waiting for an official bid for Tammy Abraham who has now been linked with three English Premier League clubs- Arsenal, Aston Villa, and West Ham United. According to Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal is still monitoring the negotiations involving the player but the Gunners have not made a formal bid.
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