you must be at your best at all time for Madrid, pundit advises Eden Hazard.
Eden Hazard is all but ready to end his spell at Stamford Bridge this summer as he is nearer to Madrid’s move.
The Belgian is presently in Russia partying with his teammates over their 2-0 victory against England in yesterday’s third-place match.
The playmaker was named the man of the match due to his brilliant performances throughout the encounter, his linkup play with Kelvin De Bruyne was nothing short of perfect.
His yesterday’s display is one of the reasons why Madrid are trying hard to ensure the player makes his much-anticipated move to Santiago Bernabeu before the start of the upcoming season.
According to Spanish media outlet Don Balon, Hazard is on the verge of completing his move to the Spanish capital and pundits are beginning to give him an insight of what to expect should he eventually completes his switch to the Spanish giants.
ESPN FC pundit Stewart Robson is the latest pundit to render his word of caution to the 27-year-old midfielder.
According to him, Real Madrid is a big club whose fans will be expecting nothing but consistent performance from the player.
He told reporters that Hazard won’t be given the luxury to choose position he wants to play just as he has been doing at Stamford Bridge since he joined them from Lille in 2013.
He claimed that the Galacticos faithful are not friendly with players who perform below expectations.
It is likely the Blues will let go of the Belgian this summer, considering intense pressure from Madrid for his signature.