MASSIVE: Man Utd Set To Cause MAJOR Transfer Upset With This SHOCK Move

Manchester United chief executive Edward Woodward is reportedly monitoring Eden Hazard situation at Chelsea. It is reported that the Belgian international has a fall out with Jose Mourinho and he is not happy at Stamford Bridge and will be seeking a move away from the Blues.

According to the Daily Star, Eden Hazard seems to fuel speculation linking him with a move to real Madrid and risk incurring the wrath of the Chelsea boss. Barcelona, Real Madrid, Bayern Munich are interested in the creative talent of the Belgian.

United did a deal with the Blues in signing Spaniard Juan Mata in January 2013 and he has so far proven to be a valuable addition to the United squad with his goals and assist. Chelsea would not want to strengthen their rivals anymore after selling Petr Cech to the Gunners.

Real Madrid look like Hazard’s next destination if he is to cut his time short with Chelsea as Spain would present him with the opportunity to develop his career and hopefully win more medals and individual honours.

Hazard has the potential to become the best player in the world; he just needs proper development and less weight on his shoulders. He was Chelsea’s engine room all through last season and was involved in almost everything that led to the Blues being crowned champions, his goal and constant threat upfront won him the professional footballers award (PFA) which he clearly deserved.

There is a slim possibility that Edward Woodward could pull off a deal for Hazard as t player would not want to incur the wrath of the Chelsea fans. United may have to bid something similar to the world record transfer that took Gareth Bale from Tottenham to Madrid if Chelsea is to even consider selling him but Chelsea is not just the United’s chief executive’s obstacle in sealing the deal as Real Madrid is also interested in the player and can match any offer put forward by United

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