The latest operation of the English club fuels the hopes of the Madrid team
The Newcastle united has closed his second signing in this winter market, and has given hope to the Real Madridcon the case Eden Hazard. The Belgian attacker is still in the outbox in Chamartín and the sports management is still looking for suitors to get rid of his card once and for all.
Florentino Perez has proposed that the English club be the next destination of the former Chelsea, since the new millionaire of England is in the work of putting together an elite team. Its modus operandi is to track down all those players who were once the best in the world, but who are currently discarded in their current teams.
Real Madrid takes the signing of Chris Wood as a reference to put Hazard in Newcastle’s orbit
After closing the signing of English winger Kieran Trippier, the Magpies have successfully closed the arrival of New Zealand striker Chris Wood. The price of the battering ram that until a few days ago was part of Burnley, was around 6 kilos. However, Newcastle has taken out its large checkbook, and has paid 30 million euros to the Clarets team, for 100% of the sports rights of the attacker.
The operation has been analyzed by Florentino Pérez and other members of the sports management, and they have concluded that if Newcastle paid 30 kilos for a 6-year-old player, they can pay much more for Eden Hazard. The Belgian who was once valued at 150 million euros, and that the merengue team paid 115 in 2019, right now has a price of 18 kilos that could easily become 40 or more.
Madrid dreams of Hazard being Newcastle’s third signing
The sports management of Real Madrid has already begun to contact the British club, to offer the Belgian attacker. The Magpies could see with good eyes the signing of Hazard, since it is a player who knows the Premier League very well. In his 7 seasons at Chelsea, the striker played 352 games where he scored 110 goals and 92 assists.
The merengue club wants to get the most out of the Belgian operation, but they know very well that they will not be able to recover even half of what they invested in 2019. Even so, any sum in excess of 40 million euros or more is a gain for a player who does not have an important role in Ancelotti’s tactical scheme.