Hazard to decide between Chelsea and the Manchester clubs in June
Eden Hazard will decide on his next move by early June, the Daily Mail has reported, with Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City all in the mix to sign the Lille midfielder.
The newspaper puts the 21-year-old’s buyout clause at £30m and adds that Hazard’s agent has agreed terms with all three of the player’s suitors, but that the Belgium international has not yet decided which club he finds most attractive.
Hazard will choose his destination after Belgium play England in a pre-Euro 2012 friendly, although with Hazard’s nation not competing in the tournament he will go on holiday after the fixture with the decision made and revealed, his agent said.
Hazard had previously indicated a desire to play in Manchester, although he declined to specify for which of the two Premier League teams in the city, while Chelsea’s Champions League victory reportedly clouded his judgement and made the Stamford Bridge side a tempting proposition.
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