Madrid superstar has been told to make ‘luxury move’ amid Chelsea links
Real Madrid flop Eden Hazard has been told that he could become a ‘superstar’ if he was to move to Newcastle in the summer amid Chelsea transfer interest.
Hazard was supposed to be an absolute superstar when he made that big money move to Madrid just a few seasons ago, but the move has not worked out and he has fallen well down the pecking order at the club
Hazard, 31, was yet again the victim of being snubbed by Carlo Ancelotti as the former Chelsea manager didn’t give the winger any minutes in the recent El Clasico embarrassment for Los Blancos.
Its A sad reality that has inevitably pushed the 31-year-old closer to the exit door this summer with Newcastle and Chelsea touted with interest.
And One of those sides in the form of the Toon, who are going to be backed well by their Saudi ownership this summer, have been told by Glen Johnson why they need to sign Hazard more than the London duo.
“It does sort of go against the grain of the business that Newcastle have been doing recently,” he said when analysing a potential Hazard to Newcastle move via bettingodds.com
“At the same time, if you can get Eden Hazard anywhere near his best then he’d be an unbelievable signing. Factors that could affect the move would be how much Eden wants it and his desire to get back to his best.
“If Newcastle can pull it off and Eden’s interested then they’re going to get a superstar.
“If you’d have asked me a question about Eden moving to Newcastle four months ago when they were really in the crap then I’d be advising him to go nowhere near them as he’s a sensational player but he’s not going to roll his sleeves up and put his body on the line for you when you’re fighting relegation.
“Now they’re in a totally different situation where they’ve climbed up the league and they’re getting closer to where they should be, so they could probably get away with a luxury player like Eden now.”
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