Real Madrid, who are likewise getting ready potential Marcelo and Luka Modric substitutions, are anxious to fabricate their side around the Chelsea star.
Real Madrid stay amidst the race for flatware this season, especially in the Copa del Rey and the Champions League, but at the same time are caught up with getting ready for the future – not least given the conflicting idea of a 2018/19 crusade that has left Madridistas calling for significant signings.
There are players who have been critical to their trophy triumphs of ongoing years whose prospects at Madrid are questionable, for example, Marcelo and Luka Modric. The left-back and the midfielder are drawing in light of a legitimate concern for Serie A mammoths Juventus and Inter Milan, individually, and top-quality substitutions should be acquired for the match on the off chance that they end up leaving the Bernabéu toward the finish of the season.
Madrid need Hazard as new foundation of side
Beside those worries, nonetheless, Madrid chiefs’ consideration is over all centered around drawing Chelsea’s Eden Hazard this mid year, with the European heroes quick to re-assemble the side around the Belgium universal. Presently 28, Hazard is in his pinnacle a long time as a player and is straight from shining at the World Cup in Russia, where he was a key figure in his nation’s hurried to the semi-finals.
Risk is out of agreement at Chelsea in June 2020 and, up until now, has not been influenced to stretch out his pledge to the Premier League club. He is esteemed at 150m euros by the authority site Transfermarkt.com yet, given that he will – as things stand – be going into the last year of his arrangement at Stamford Bridge this mid year, Madrid would be hesitant to spend considerably more than 100m.
Quest for Tottenham’s Eriksen now finished
Peril is currently Madrid’s chief focus after Los Blancos finished their enthusiasm for Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen. Like Hazard, Eriksen’s agreement lapses in 2020, yet Madrid have selected not to pursue the Dane in an offer to maintain a strategic distance from an exchange war with Spurs, a club they have considered as a partner as far back as effectively working together over Modric and Gareth Bale.