Chelsea News – Club Director Talks Up Transfer Of £200,000-A-Week Star


After Bayern Munich legend Franck Ribery recently commented stating that Eden Hazard would be a suitable replacement for him, rumors involving sending the Belgian to the Allianz Arena have been blowing up. But Bayern scout Daniel van Buyten put the rumors to rest, stating that the German side would “never buy a player like Eden Hazard” which is great news for Chelsea supporters.

Hazard is certainly one of the biggest stars in the world, and being only 23 years-old, he has the potential to reach the unreal levels of Leonel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, quite high expectations. Hazard as blistering pace, unreal touch, magical pass ability and pitch vision, with a wonderful football I.Q., and is one of the best players in the world.

He is irreplaceable at Chelsea, and if they were to lose him, they would not be the quite the club they are currently. Hazard’s value would range from £51million-£60million, very expensive with today’s Financial Fair Play regulations, that even a club as rich as Bayern might not be able to afford.

Eden Hazard is a player that would be able to replace either Arjen Robben or Franck Ribery, both who are getting up in age and will need to replace in the first team soon. But the Belgian winger recently signed a new five year deal with Chelsea that keeps him under contract until 2020, making him virtually untouchable by other clubs. Hazard has been heavily linked to Real Madrid, after club legend Zinedine Zindane recently commented on Eden Hazard…

“Obviously, there is Lionel Messi and Ronaldo, both of whom are spectacular, but I like Eden Hazard a lot too. I like everything he does on the field. I like his behavior, his decisiveness and love to see his progress every year. There is still scope for further progress and if Chelsea are to win the Premier League this season, Eden will have had a lot to do with it.”

Chelsea fans want Hazard to be at Stamford Bridge for as long as his career lasts, where he could make his case for one of the greatest players to ever step onto the pitch.

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