Jose Mourinho has ended all speculations regarding Eden Hazarda s exit next season by saying that the Belgian star is extremely special to the team and any team would have to pay around A?200m in order to procure his services.
Real Madrid legend and current coach Zinedine Zidane had most recently said that, he admires the Belgian star and hinted that his club may run behind him in the next summer. Many speculated that A?100m would be enough to lure the Premier League giants to sell him.
On that issue, the Chelsea boss addressed the media saying, “Plus one of their three best players. A?100m each leg, because he’s very young.”
He further said that he had good terms with Real Madrid officials and he is sure that no such intention has been revealed by the Spanish club or else he would have been informed.
“I don’t believe (it) because they didn’t tell mea , said Mourinho.
“If they want him, I think I would be the first one to know, because my relationship with the president (Florentino Perez) and with the CEO (Jose Angel Sanchez) doesn’t give space for something to happen behind me.
“I trust them completely. If they want him they get on the telephone and they call me to tell me they want him.”
Eden Hazard has netted 18 goals this season in all the tournaments for Chelsea which includes 13 goals in the Premier League itself. He is one of the frontrunners to bag the PFA Player of the Year award this Sunday. It goes without saying that Hazard has been one of the best players of Premier league in the current season and has been the key player to guide Chelsea to be the best team in the league.
Any team interested in the player will have to shell out an exorbitant sum of money to sign the star attacker.