Eden Hazard expecting phone call from Real Madrid about summer move

Belgium international Eden Hazard is reportedly waiting on a late call from Real Madrid in this summer's transfer window.


The Chelsea forward has recently returned to first-team training following an extended injury absence, and he took part in the Blues' Premier League 2 clash against Everton on Friday night.

Zinedine Zidane wants to keep his squad intact

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is fairly relaxed about the club's transfer business this summer.


The European champions have signed two players in Theo Hernandez and Dani Ceballos this summer, and Zizou hints that they may be the only recruits during the current transfer window.

Cristiano Ronaldo could demand surprise Real Madrid exit

Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo could potentially demand an exit from Real Madrid, should Kylian Mbappe arrive at the Bernabeu this summer.


The European champions are desperate to get their hands on the Monaco forward this summer with sources suggesting that the club could pay up a world-record of £161m.

According to DiarioGol, the Euro 2016 winner will consider a potential switch elsewhere, if Mbappe threatens his position of being the main man for Los Blancos. Ronaldo has guided his club to three Champions League titles in the last four seasons, and he feels that the deal for Mbappe could lessen his importance in the lineup.

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Ronaldo to stay at Real Madrid

Cristiano Ronaldo said that he has no intention of leaving the Spanish giant and that he wants to end his career playing for the club. He said that he has enjoyed some great seasons at Real Madrid and that he has no intention of leaving the club.

This statement will be good news to fans that feared that Cristiano Ronaldo might be leaving the club after the issues with the tax office.

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DANILO AND MORATA TO CHELSEA FOR £88 MILLION

Premier League champions Chelsea are set to land Real Madrid duo Danilo and Alvaro Morata for £88 million, according to reports. The Blues boss Antonio Conte is hoping to boost his squad with the addition of the right back and striker this summer. However, the Spanish side demands top dollar for their players.

Morata was set to join Manchester United but the Red Devils decided to go for Romelu Lukaku.

MORATA SET TO LEAVE

Recent happenings at the Bernabeu suggest that Chelsea could wrap up the deal for Alvaro Morata soon. Representatives of the Spaniard Alfonso Morata and Juanma Lopez were pictured at the club’s office on Monday as further negotiations for the player’s exit continued.

The 24-year old is set to leave the club after just a season following Madrid’s activation of a buy back clause in the player’s contract with Juventus. Reports claim the meeting happened at lunchtime on Monday and lasted for an hour.

Real Madrid set £174.5m asking price on Cristiano Ronaldo

Spanish giants Real Madrid have placed a £174.5m price tag on the head of Cristiano Ronaldo, who is eyeing a shock exit from the Bernabeu.


The Portugal international is reportedly distraught over tax fraud allegations in Spain, and he has made an irreversible decision to leave the European champions.
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Real Madrid could permit striker’s sale before the end of the week

Spain international Alvaro Morata is reportedly on the cusp of leaving Real Madrid with Manchester United hot on the trail of his signature.


The 24-year-old faced a frustrating spell on his Los Blancos comeback last term as he played second fiddle to Karim Benzema for most of the campaign. Morata was initially tipped to leave the European champions following their decision to activate the buy-back clause while at Juventus, but the player opted to fight for his place in Madrid instead.

ISCO TO START AHEAD OF BALE IN UCL

Real Madrid are set to play Isco ahead of Gareth Bale in the forthcoming Champions League, according to reports in Spain.


The reports say the players want Isco who has been impressive of late to get the nod ahead of the Welsh star.
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DANILO – THE BLACK SHEEP AMONG WOLVES

Once in a while as a football fan, you get to meet players who leave you with the question: “why are their clubs keeping them?”

You see players who serve nothing more than injury time substitutions mostly for time wasting purposes and given a little stretch, cup appearances which enable important players conserve energy for the matches that count.

Seeing such players however on your starting lineup with you needing to win your all two remaining matches do sink hearts, raise pulses of they with little faith and generally leave spectators at literarily the edge of their seats for 90 minutes. That is Danilo for Real Madrid fans.

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