There is a considerable chance that Chelsea’s 3-0 win over Watford on Sunday was Eden Hazard’s last Premier League home game for Chelsea.
But then, It has always been for the past seven years.
I'm signing for the champion's league winner.
— Eden Hazard (@hazardeden10) May 28, 2012
The Brilliant Belgian was on song again as he set up headers for Ruben Loftus-Cheek and David Luiz in a frantic first five minutes of the second half against the Hornets from which Javi Gracia’s men simply could not recover.
If Spanish outlet Marca are to be believed (for the sake of sound mental health, DON’T), Hazard’s transfer to Real Madrid is all but done and the Los Blancos are waiting for the season’s conclusion to announce his arrival.
Chelsea, as any club would be, are heavily reluctant to let go of their star man but have been forced into a corner because of Hazard’s undying desire to play for Real Madrid and under Zinedine Zidane and also the added risk of losing him for free next summer.
So all hopes over for Chelsea?
According to HLN journalist Kristof Terreur (Now this guy you can trust), Chelsea boss lady Marina Granovskaia has refused to give Real Madrid any concessions in regards to Hazard’s transfer fee and the deal is still a long way behind what many publications would have you believe.
This was Marca a month ago.
Since then a deal hasn’t really come closer: still a considerable gap between what Real Madrid want to offer and what Chelsea have in mind.
— Kristof Terreur 📰🎥 (@HLNinEngeland) May 6, 2019
Got your breath back?
Well, not just that, Eden Hazard as notorious he is, sent the Blue hearts racing when he posted an image of himself in Chelsea’s new kit against Watford with not one, not two but three Blue hearts as the caption.
Spare a few thoughts for us poor souls, eh Azza?
Here’s hoping to see you again at the
Garden of Eden Stamford Bridge again next season.