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Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard is being backed to stay at Chelsea by ex Premier League chairman Simon Jordan

While they will be strengthening their attack with Christian Pulisic's arrival at the end of the season, but replacing a player as important as Hazard is a monumental task, which they will not be able to do in the upcoming two transfer windows, due to the Federation Internationale de Football Association sanctions.

Chelsea's 28-year-old star goalscorer has just over a year remaining on his current contract.

Zidane is back at Madrid as a replacement for Santiago Solari and although a La Liga title challenge looks incredibly unlikely, the Frenchman will have second-placed Atletico Madrid in his sights.

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The Chelsea man, though, has not publicly declared his desire to quit and secure a move to Madrid, despite flirting with the future possibility at times in interviews.

The Frenchman has told Real that Hazard is one of the men he wants this summer (and he also wants N'Golo Kante - which is another worry) - and Hazard wants to go.

Discussing Hazard and his future on talkSPORT, Jordan said: "The kid sends out mixed messages".

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Forward motion. Then, all of a sudden, he resigned, saying, "I know it's a little weird but it". One minute he's here and the next he's going.

"Everyone's house is for sale if someone offers you twice the price for it".

The North London club are stuck in a tricky situation if Eriksen won't sign a new deal with them and manager Mauricio Pochettino has a big decision to make. "Like Chelsea fans, we are afraid that he might leave, I still believe that he will stay and we really want him to stay".

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"We should be able to keep them at the Chelseas, Manchester Uniteds and Manchester Citys of the world".

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