Eden Hazard and Yaya Toure Considering Switch to MLS or La Liga

 

Outside of this week’s Champion League fixture against Dynamo Kyiv, Eden Hazard has looked like a shell of himself this season. Many pundits are suggesting that it’s time for him to move, whilst Chelsea boss, Jose Mourinho spurs the Belgian to work harder. Hazard has previously been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge and his current form is unlikely to dissuade the Blues from thinking of selling the playmaker.

According French publication L’Equipe, Chelsea star Eden Hazard wants to move to Spanish giants Real Madrid. It is even claimed that the move could happen next summer. L’Equipe claims that Hazard believes the reigning English champions lack ambition and his poor relationship with Blues boss Jose Mourinho has led to poor performances this season.

Mou never seems to play nice with the stars.

Mou’s Historic Record with Stars

Mourinho has a history of selling players who he does not believe work hard enough for the team. Spanish playmaker Juan Mata was the perfect example. Mourinho sold Mata despite the fact that the Spaniard had been crowned Chelsea Player of the Year in consecutive years.

His reportedly reason was that Mata was not prepared to put in the defensive work, so did not fit into Mourinho’s plans. The sale had mixed results, as Mata has been in good form for Manchester United, but Chelsea also won the Premier League title without the playmaker last season. There were also numerous reports of Mou being disgruntled by Ronaldo’s defensive efforts after losing the (vist fifa-coins.fr) ball.

Hazard Potential Switch Effects EPL

If Eden Hazard did join Real Madrid then he would not only be a huge loss to Chelsea, but also the Premier League. The English top-flight has been stripped of its star players in recent years as La Liga has increased its profile and quality. The English top-flight now contains very few players who could be regarded as world-class, but a happy Eden Hazard is definitely one of those players.

Yaya Toure Eagerness to Leave

Yaya Toure could be offered the chance to finish his career in the MLS with Manchester City’s sister club New York City, according to the Daily Star.

The Ivory Coast has, not for the first time hinted that he is unhappy with life at the Etihad Stadium in recent weeks and looks likely to move on when his contract expires (buy cheap fifa coins) at the end of next season. The thirty-two year old is currently in his sixth season with the Citizens, and has so far racked up two hundred and thirty-two appearances for the club in all competitions, scoring sixty-six goals.

He was part of the squad that won the Premier League title in both 2012 and 2014, while he also has winners’ medals in the FA Cup and League Cup, scoring (vist fifa-coins.fr) in the finals on both in 2011 and 2014 respectively.