January 15, 2021

Report: Inter Milan want to move out of Madrid for 90 million pounds in January

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Report: Inter Milan plans to move to Madrid in January for £ 90million – originally...

Report: Inter Milan plans to move to Madrid in January for £ 90million – originally published on Sportslens.com

According to Tuttosport (via DiarioGol) Inter Milan are very interested in Real Madrid Winger Eden Hazard and will try to get him to San Siro if the winter transfer window takes Osborne months.

The Belgium international has struggled with injuries since joining the Chelsea La Liga giants in June 2019 . He initially received £ 90 million in a five-year contract which took place in only 28 games in all competitions.

Hazard only met three times and assisted seven times on these appearances, and he didn't have the kind of impact manager Zinedine Zidane was hoping for when he convinced President Florentino Perez to pursue his signature.

The Madrid boss wanted a player who could recreate something similar to Cristiano Ronaldo at the Santiago Bernabeu, and the former Chelsea star's landing was one of the demands he made on Perez before agreeing for one second stint to return to the Madrid shelter.

While Zidane led Los Blancos to the La Liga title last season, Hazard didn't play a major role in the triumph and the team did pretty well without him.

The 29-year-old has had eight injuries in 16 months since joining Madrid but Inter believe joining them could improve his fitness.

The Serie A giants won't be able to get Hazard the kind of wages he earns in Madrid, they won't make a hefty offer to Perez either, so an exit next month is out of the question seems. The player wants to prove himself and move forward for the remainder of 2020-21.

The Madrid president does not want to let him go at the moment, although he was concerned about signing it at all, but he will reports be open to making money for him next summer if the winger doesn't show any signs of one Shows improvement.

By Sportslens.com – Football News | Football blog

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