Eden Hazard has been encouraged to move to Real Madrid with the end goal to take his game up to the next level by previous Barcelona star Rivaldo.
The Belgium winger was intensely connected with Madrid in the mid year and sources trust that Hazard will keep on slowing down over marking another Chelsea contract in expectation they will reestablish that enthusiasm toward the finish of this season.
The 27-year-old has been in a rich vein of shape as of late and leads the scoring outlines in the Premier League with seven objectives, yet Rivaldo trusts he would thrive considerably more in Spain.
Rivaldo revealed to Betfair:’The Belgian aggressor is an awesome player and could be a decent alternative for his ‘fantasy club’ Real Madrid in the following transfer window. Peril was great for Belgium at the World Cup and has begun the new Premier League season extremely well.
‘Consequently, Real Madrid ought to think about his marking, particularly given their ongoing poor frame and Hazard’s expressed want to play at the Bernabeu.
‘This sort of move could be useful for the club and fans, as the landing of a best player would give a truly necessary lift after Cristiano Ronaldo’s takeoff. Peril is extremely capable, scores goals and helps a great deal – he’s a breathtaking player who I especially appreciate.
‘As I would like to think, Hazard could play far and away superior at Real Madrid than in England as Spanish football gives somewhat more opportunity to the players. So on the off chance that he is as of now creating artful culminations in the Premier League, he could show signs of improvement in Spain.’
Danger, whose agreement has only 20 months to run, discounted leaving Chelsea in January on Thursday, yet surrendered that he may need to move to Spain in the long run on the off chance that he needs to win the Ballon d’Or prize.
History reveals to us that two players working outside of Spanish club football have won the pined for honor in the previous 13 years and an evil Hazard, who is on global obligation with Belgium, concurred he would need to move.
At the point when that was put to him, he answered: ‘That is the reason I need to go, perhaps… in any case, I have just said a considerable measure in regards to my future. It’s anything but an alternative to leave in January.’