Eden Hazard Makes Big Real Madrid Admission

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Chelsea forward Eden Hazard can not be stopped by the Premier League side if he wants to join Real Madrid, according to his teammate Alvaro Morata. It is my future.

"I don't want to lie, it is my dream (to go there) since I was a kid".

"If he has said it so clearly, it is true", Morata said on Hazard's desire to play for Real Madrid, per AS.

The forward believes he is in the best form of his life and admitted there is one club he has always wanted to play for - Real Madrid.

And the Ryder Cup victor with Europe insists even fans of rival clubs in the Premier League would want him to remain in English football. The power sits with the player: stay or go.

"We will see. We will talk about my future soon".

"There is no season where Madrid do not go through hard moments", said Morata, who joined Chelsea from Real Madrid in 2017.

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He suggests that Hazard will only consider leaving Chelsea if Real Madrid come in for him. Sometimes I think I want to stay. I know if I stay, I will be happy.

He added: "It has been difficult to get into the team, and when we get the good results that we now do, it will only be even harder".

Even if it works, Chelsea's calculated risk could have unintended consequences.

Willian had a shot deflected on to the crossbar and Danny Ings missed an opportunity from close range at the other end before Barkley created the opener for Eden Hazard.

Can Hazard fulfil his ambitions at Chelsea?

Chelsea fans need to start seeing more from Giroud - who earns £120,000-a-week, according to spotrac.com - and Southampton could be the flawless opponent for him to rediscover his goalscoring touch.

"He has time to become a great, great player and arrive where they are - he's 23, and Cristiano is 28, Messi 26 - so there is space for further evolution, and there's a great ambition in him". The battle for his future has a long way to run and, just as with the Belgian himself, there will be plenty of twists and turns along the way.

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