Eden Hazard alerts Real Madrid when admitting he would relish a chance to play below Zinedine Zidane.
The Spanish champions fail to sign a replacement after selling Alvaro Morata off to Chelsea over the summer and have clearly made a priority of signing an attacking replacement.
Madrid has formerly flirted with the concept of signing Hazard, who has ranted on international duty that it’s his dream to play for the present Madrid manager.
‘Everyone is aware of the respect I have for this person, Hazard told RTL. ‘For the player he was and for the coach he’s, he’s my idol.
‘Of course, I don’t know what’s going to happen in the future, however, to play for him would be a dream come true.’
However, Hazard has pointed that he has no immediate desire to leave Chelsea, despite been under contract till 2020, and also admitting he has no problem linking with his former boss Jose Mourinho once more.
The Belgian’s form deteriorated during the 2014-15 campaign that led to the sacking of Mourinho from the Blues, amid talks of a quarrel between the two.
But the pair perceived to bury the hatchet at the weekend after greeting one another before Manchester United’s 1-0 defeat at Stamford Bridge.
‘Am not bother to play for Jose Mourinho once more,’ the Blues midfielder stated.
‘ though, I am happy at Chelsea. I still have lots of things to try and do at Chelsea, and I am focused on Chelsea.’