Hazard bids farewell to Chelsea

Hazard bids farewell to Chelsea

Chelsea have rejected Real Madrid's opening offer for talisman Eden Hazard.

"I think Eden did an fantastic job, had an unbelievable time with Chelsea".

Hazard then set up Pedro Rodriguez for Chelsea's second before grabbing a double of his own - including a penalty - either side of Alex Iwobi's consolation for Arsenal. Let us know in the comments section below.

For context, they scored 173 goals during 2016/17 when they won the league and Champions League double and 174 during the 2011/12 league title winning season under Jose Mourinho.

He said: '"I think it's a goodbye but in football you never know".

The As daily splashed a photo of Hazard with the Europa trophy and said he had delivered a "masterclass of genius" on the Baku turf, scoring two goals and making a third.

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The Belgium global said "goodbye" to Chelsea fans after winning the Europa League against Arsenal and is expected to put pen to paper with Los Blancos within the next week.

Hazard has just over 12 months left to run on his contract at Stamford Bridge, meaning Madrid must meet Chelsea's asking price in order to push through a deal.

Certain reports suggest he has handed in a transfer request to the Catalans, with Mundo Deportivo claiming Manchester United and Chelsea have made "weighty proposals" to lure him back to the Premier League.

"These two clubs changed my life", Giroud said. My dream was to play in the Premier League and I did this for seven years for one of the biggest clubs.

It is likely to have been the 28-year-old's final game for the club and he hinted as much in a post-match interview on the pitch with BT Sport. "I don't know what the situation is at the moment, but he could add a lot to this club".

For the fans who tuned in to the live broadcast from home, they were also at times treated to camera angles that were so high that player numbers could not be seen. Bringing in new signings will make everyone more excited and more positive, so I think we've got a good future here.

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