Eden Hazard – Arsenal & Man Utd Interest Mounts

By on October 29, 2011

Arsenal face competition from both Manchester Untied and Paris St Germain for Lille star Eden Hazard.

The 20 year-old is highly rated throughout European football following a series of eye-catching performances for the Ligue 1 champions. This form has led to interest from the Gunners, and it was rumoured that Arsene Wenger was hoping to sign the young Belgian in the summer but a move failed to materialise.

But ahead of a renewed bid in January, it seems that Untied and PSG are now interested in signing the attacking midfielder, with the latter boosted by extremely wealthy owners. That has lead to reports in France saying that the Qatari-backed PSG will now offer a mammoth £45m for Hazard’s services, which would blow any other offer out of the water.

As well as Arsenal and United, both Chelsea and Liverpool have also been linked with Hazard. But their interest seems to have cooled in recent weeks leaving the Gunners and Red Devils to battle the likes of PSG, Inter Milan and Real Madrid for his services.

However, Lille president Michel Seydoux has revealed he doesn’t want to sell his talisman to a divisional rival and the club will wait until at least next summer before considering offers for Hazard.

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3 Comments

  1. Matt

    October 29, 2011 at 10:41 am

    What would be the point in going to PSG? He will definitely move away from France because it’s not a question of money – Real Madrid could comfortably match that price. It’s about playing in a better league like the EPL or la liga

    • Davie Chipeni

      October 29, 2011 at 10:56 am

      Hazard would suit Arsenal style of play.

  2. Imran Khan

    October 30, 2011 at 7:50 pm

    Man Utd should sign the talented Eden Hazard. He would be the perfect replacement for Sir Ryan Giggs, but I doubt it happening? “Sir Alex does not see no value for money.” No way will the Glazer b***ds pay £30 plus million.

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