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Eden Hazard insists it's 'every footballer's dream' to play for Real Madrid

11 July 2018, 09:49 | Charlene Valdez

Eden Hazard AFP

Eden Hazard

The multiple Ballon d'Or victor made noises to the effect that he may leave Real Madrid after nine years, following their third successive Champions League win in May. Ronaldo was signed on a four-year deal and the Portugal star, who requested the transfer and who also made it clear that he only wanted to move to Turin, believes the time was right for a new challenge.

With the Portuguese heavyweight gone, Isco is expected to be the kernel of Julen Lopetegui's tactical structure at Real Madrid which has also been evidenced by the Spanish manager's affinity for the 26 year old during his time at the helm of Spain.

"In January at the presentation of the Ballon d'Or, Florentino Perez said to the media, "If Neymar wants to win the Ballon d'Or he has to come to Real Madrid"," Balague said on his YouTube channel.

"I ask everyone, and especially our supporters, to please understand me".

The signing also strikes a blow for the profile of Serie A against La Liga, which has now lost two of its three most famous players in the past year after Paris St Germain signed Neymar from Barcelona last August. They have been nine extraordinary years. "You know, I have already said this - we grew up more on the French side than the Belgian, in terms of being football fans - we grew up with 1998".


But they are not the only ones with faith in one of the best players of all time, with Juventus' shares on the stock exchange spiking by nearly 40 per cent since rumours of Ronaldo's arrival first surfaced on June 28, and by 5.7 per cent on Tuesday alone.

"I have enjoyed nine wonderful years at the club".

"I think Real Madrid is everyone's dream".

Serie A will be the third of Europe's four biggest leagues that Ronaldo has graced, and his move shows that none of his drive and ambition have decreased in the latter stages of his career.

Whilst Hazard also added that the performances of the precocious Mbappé could lead to a nomination for the Ballon d'Or.



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