There are fears over the expected move of Belgium international Eden Hazard away from the West London outfit Chelsea.
Eden Hazard has been linked with a move to Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid and it was expected that a deal be announced immediately after winning the Europa League title.
Eden Hazard has made clear his decision to end his 7 years relationship with Chelsea, but that is still yet to happen.
The deal has been delayed because of the inability of both teams to agree on a fee for the player. This development may force Eden Hazard to remain at the Stamford Bridge for another year.
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Chelsea might gain at first as they will have the presence of the Belgium international for another year but they could pay the price by losing him for free at the end of the coming summer transfer window.
On the other side, Real Madrid might not land their dream of having Eden Hazard at the club this coming season but they could get him much cheaper if they can be patient for another year.
The question is who then gains from the scenarios and who will be the biggest loser, Real Madrid or Chelsea?.