Emerging reports claim that Liverpool’s win over Spanish La Liga outfit Barcelona has forced Real Madrid to change their decision to announce the capture of Belgium international Eden Hazard for a future date.
It is claimed that the Spanish giants had planned to announce the signing of the Chelsea playmaker on June 1 after the Champions League finals but that will no longer as details of the change in plan were not given.
It was expected that Eden Hazard would have played his last game for Chelsea but with their qualification to the finals of Europa League, he will still have one more game to play before bidding goodbye to the Stamford Bride.
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The West London outfit had done all in their powers to stop Eden Hazard from moving to the Bernabeu but they failed as despite reportedly rejecting two separate offers.
Chelsea had insisted on a price tag of £100 million but it is yet to be known what the agreement would be between the two sides.
However, there are fears that Chelsea will not be able to replace the Belgium international as a result of the transfer ban which has been placed on the team for the next two windows.
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