Despite stating that he wants to return to England with a 'winning feeling' following an exceptional showing at the World Cup, there is still a possibility that Thibaut Courtois could leave Chelsea this summer.
Financially, the Blaugrana have the money to pay both Hazard's transfer fee and his wages, with the recent sale of Paulinho back to Guangzhou Evergrande having boosted the club's coffers.
The Red Devils were eliminated by France on Tuesday evening in the first semi-final, but Roberto Martinez's team can leave with their heads held high.
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It is understood that more than 20 supporters were identified by the authorities and they lost their FAN-IDs and were sent home. There had also been several cases of women reporters being grabbed or kissed while on air, Powar said.
Avid Premier League fans will all know how good he is, but his World Cup showing has earned him universal acclaim.
Chelsea are desperate for Hazard to sign a new long-term deal and are on the verge of appointing a head coach more to the liking of the Belgian.
Given that Chelsea are not in the Champions League and have been unable to get Hazard to extend his contract, his exit seems inevitable this summer.
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For now the boys remain in quarantine but some of their parents have been able to see their children through the glass. The boys will miss the FIFA World cup as it could be at least seven days before they can be released from hospital.
And Abramovich is said to be ready to sell Hazard as he is considering selling the club, although he has not yet received an offer.
But the Daily Mail claim Real have been encouraged by Hazard to bid and will make a £150m offer in the coming weeks.
"Zidane is someone special, it's true, but I think Real is everyone's dream."For now, it's the World Cup.
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French president Emmanuel Macron indicated there was no commitment beyond current pledge to spend 2 per cent of GDP. With that, Trump moved on to the United Kingdom, where significant protests against him were expected.