Why can't Chelsea sign Ronaldo?

Substitute for Ronaldo: Chelsea striker Eden Hazard apparently shortly before moving to Real Madrid

Real Madrid are apparently about to hit the transfer market and sign Belgian international Eden Hazard from Chelsea. The 28-year-old is said to have even looked around for a house in Madrid.

After Zinédine Zidane's return to Real Madrid's dugout, the troubled royal may soon have prominent newcomers: A change from Eden Hazard, star striker at Chelsea, is apparently imminent, as reported by the Spanish media on Friday evening. The three sides are about to sign a contract, and the 28-year-old Belgian will soon travel to Madrid to look for a suitable house, wrote the sports paper Marca.

Zidane himself fueled speculation at a press conference on Friday when he said: "I will not give a personal opinion on Hazard. We'll talk about that at the end of the season or at the beginning of the next. "He added that everyone knows that he values ​​the left winger very much. Hazard, whose contract with" The Blues "runs until June 2020, had already emphasized in 2017 how much he would like to join the Spanish record champions and that Zidane would be his idol be: "To play under him would be a dream."

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Real offensive could not compensate for Ronaldo's departure

After the move from mega-star Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus Turin, Los Blancos' offensive has stuttered. The gap to the first in the table, FC Barcelona, ​​is already 13 points, and city rivals Atlético Madrid are already five points behind. Madrid are only in an unsatisfactory third place in the table. Only striker Karim Benzema can have a decent hit rate with 15 goals in 30 league games for Real. There is a gap behind it. A move from the Belgian Offenisvmann Hazard could breathe new life into the offensive department of the "Royal".