Manchester United and Manchester City are eyeing up a move for Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard this summer, according to reports.

The Belgium winger’s Stamford Bridge future could be in doubt following his public outburst towards Blues manager Jose Mourinho, following their Champions League semi-final defeat to Atletico Madrid on Wednesday.

The midfielder was unhappy with the way Mourinho approached the game, insisting that the Blues should’ve have gone all out for the win instead of playing it safe early on.

And the Manchester duo are expected to be circling the Chelsea star in the hope he is forced out of the club this summer.

Both sides were in the market for Hazard in 2012 before he opted to move to Chelsea instead.

Paris Saint-Germain are also reported to be interested in the 23-year-old, who could be available for around £50million should Mourinho decide to sell.


  • Fancythat
    1 year ago

    i’ve seen the original comments in french and he was never “insisting that the Blues should’ve have gone all out for the win”.This is taking liberties with the truth and does you no service and harms your credibility to report in these terms.

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      John Evans
      1 year ago

      Spot on. How much are they on to promote such vastly overrated and overpriced boychik?