FC Barcelona Make Second Bid For Manchester United Target

14 July, 2018, 11:43 | Author: Malcolm Quinn
  • Barcelona set their sights on Eden Hazard- reports

The deal would eclipse that of Kylian Mbappe's move to Paris Saint-Germain, but would not be quite as much of Neymar's mouth-watering transfer from Barcelona.

However, the West London club now faces a hard task of keeping hold of their star player at Stamford Bridge this summer with club talisman Eden Hazard at the top of many top clubs' wish list.

Hazard now has 2 more years left on his contract at Chelsea, but according to the report, the Belgian still hasn't put pen to paper on a £300,000-per-week contract extension, thus prompting people to believe that his move to Madrid might just happen this summer.

According to the same report, Real Madrid have singled out Hazard as their top target for this summer's transfer window after Cristiano Ronaldo's transfer to Juventus.

Meanwhile, Real Madrid have a deal in place for Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, it has been revealed.


The Blaugrana are also unlikely to sign one more player for huge sums after spending a record fee to snare Philippe Coutinho away from Liverpool in January.

Barcelona midfielder Paulinho has returned to Guangzhou Evergrande on a season-long loan just a year after making the move in the opposite direction. "This question has to be directed to the player, as, when we sign someone, you will be the first to know when we are".

Chelsea haven't offered up an asking price they want for Hazard.

The Catalan giants have been in pursuit of a center-back before the end of the previous season and the 23-year-old have been on their radar.

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