Eden Hazard agrees ‘Six year deal’ with Real Madrid

Eden Hazard agrees ‘Six year deal’ with Real Madrid

Eden Hazard agrees ‘Six year deal’ with Real Madrid

Los Blancos went 1-0 down in the first-half as Marc Cardona cooly chipped the ball over Keylor Navas before Karim Benzema scored two headers to turn the game around.

Benzema scored both goals in the second half as Madrid had to come from behind to beat mid-table side Eibar at home.

Besides Benzema, Zidane also lauded each player of his team for reacting well and playing for pride in the La Liga match.

FW Gareth Bale, 5 - Among the least motivated looking of Madrid's players (a competition in itself), but that should be no surprise really given he was already being whistled by frustrated fans three minutes in.

Now, MARCA, the Spanish daily sports publication, is reporting that Zinedine Zidane, the Real Madrid manager, has given the club the green light to press ahead with a deal. Hazard has been linked with a move away from Chelsea for a while now, and it looks like Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane will start next season with one of the world's greatest players. "The only thing left is to try and finish in second place (in the league)".

Zidane made it clear he was unhappy with his side's first-half performance, adding: "We had to change our performance because we could not continue like in the first half".

"Karim knows that the team has been important to him", Zidane said.

A wayward shot from outside of the box, coupled with several unsuccessful passes, then brought further opprobrium for a player who, in the wake of Cristiano Ronaldo's departure, has struggled to help fill the void left by the Portuguese. "I will not give my personal opinion about what may happen because the season has not ended, but I've always appreciated him. They all pulled the auto". One trophy which beckons is the Champions League which looks like a far-fetched feat if you're a Chelsea player now.

"They wear you out and they know how to take advantage of it, although we can not afford two goals in two crossed deliveries".

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