Eden Hazard urged to snub Real Madrid and stay at Chelsea by brother Kylian with £150m bid eyed

EDEN HAZARD has been urged to snub Real Madrid, by his brother Kylian.

The Chelsea attacker is a target for the European champions following the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus.

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Kylian has urged his older brother Eden to stay with him at Chelsea
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Los Blancos are reported to be preparing a £150million bid for the 27-year-old who hinted his time in West London could be up this summer.

Some Real Madrid fans have even gone as far as to post doctored images of the Belgian international in the Spanish giant’s new kit.

However, a potential move to Spain is not the way forward, according to Hazard’s youngest brother Kylian.

Responding to a post asking if Real Madrid would be the right move for Eden, Kylian used a “crossed arms” emoji to indicate “no”.

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It was a clear sign that the 22-year-old, who is also on Chelsea’s books, would like his brother to remain with him at Stamford Bridge.

Kylian is yet to feature for the Premier League club since joining from Hungarian side Ujpest last summer.

At the time, it looked like Kylian’s move to London to keep Eden settled in London as Europe’s big boys circled.

And after a poor season by Hazard’s high standards scoring just 12 league goals last season, he restored his reputation with some outstanding displays for Belgium at the World Cup.

Maurizio Sarri will speak to Eden Hazard when he returns from his break after the World Cup
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The need for the La Liga giants to replace Ronaldo and no Champions League football for Chelsea this season has yet again sparked talk of Hazard quitting Stamford Bridge.

New Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri said he wants to look Hazard and wantaway keeper Thibaut Courtois in the eye before deciding whether to keep them at the club.

He said when asked about the pair: “The players you are referring to are very high-level players and I would like to keep them in my squad.

“But a telephone call without looking them in the eye will not give me any certainty.

“I want to meet them face to face, understand what the best thing is to do for everyone.”



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