Ex-Chelsea defender Sinclair: Hazard needs Real Madrid move

Ex-Chelsea defender Sinclair: Hazard needs Real Madrid move

Despite remaining undefeated in knockout terms in the Champions League in his two-and-a-half year spell, he departed the club that he also finished his playing career at yesterday.

With Gareth Bale understandably being fed up being a bit-part player at Real Madrid, a move to Chelsea could give the vital break he needed.

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At the Bernabeu, he would need to win the Spanish title or the Champions League in his first season or history suggests Perez would replaced him.

Zidane's retirement as a Real Madrid player in 2006 also came as a surprise, when the then-33-year-old made a decision to hang up his boots in the aftermath of that year's World Cup final despite having another year on his club contract.

Chelsea star Eden Hazard should leave the club for Real Madrid or Barcelona this summer, according to Frank Sinclair.

Chelsea are reportedly set to try and convince outgoing Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane to make the move to West London and take charge at Stamford Bridge.

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Zidane was understood to be under contract at Madrid until 2020. I know this president likes him and he was trying to offer him all the power of the club a few years ago.

It has been claimed the surprising news has left Ronaldo "shattered", and he now feels more isolated than ever after his countryman Pepe and Fabio Coentrao left last season already.

Zidane was appointed as Real Madrid boss in January 2016 and took charge of Madrid 149 times.

"Like I told the president it could be a "see you soon" because Madrid has given me everything", Zidane added.

"You can't help but admire what he has done", France manager Didier Deschamps, who won the World Cup as a player alongside Zidane in 1998, told France's TF1 after the Kiev triumph.

"But I think if they offer Spurs £50m and he wanted to go, stranger things have happened in football".

"This is a attractive moment as we have just won a third straight Champions League and I have now reflected and made this decision".

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