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      Chelsea’s rebuilding grows with £78m Eden Hazard signing
      Eden Hazard announced on Monday night that he is joining Chelsea as Roman Abramovich took another decisive step in his rebuilding of the squad that won the Champions League.

      On his way: Lille midfielder Eden Hazard arrived in London on Monday Photo: GETTY IMAGES
      By Jason Burt, Senior Football Writer10:20PM BST 28 May 2012535 Comments
      Chelsea have beaten off competition from Manchester City — who had been clear favourites to sign the exciting Belgium international but grew frustrated at the negotiations — Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur after becoming the only club who would go close to meeting the forward’s demands.
      City are thought to have walked away from the deal last week with Spurs giving up some time ago. Hazard, currently on international duty and preparing to face England in a friendly this weekend, indicated to Chelsea on Saturday that he was set to accept their offer and yesterday took to the social media site Twitter to announce that he had “made up my mind”, adding last night: “I’m signing for the Champions League winner.”
      Chelsea will pay a fee of around €40 million (£35.3 million) to Lille, with Hazard having demanded wages of £4.6 million a year net of tax, so around £9  million a year for his new employer. That averages out at £170,000 a week.
      In addition his agent, John Bico, who has conducted an aggressive auction has made it clear that he wants a fee of £6 million.

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      If all the demands are met and with Hazard expected to agree a five-year deal, it means the overall cost of the signing, fees and contract will amount to around £78 million which, even by Chelsea standards, is a substantial investment.
      Chelsea hijacked City’s deal after receiving a call from Bico on the eve of the Champions League final with the agent telling them that he could persuade Hazard to join them if his demands were met.
      The 21 year-old can provide some of the width and creativity that Chelsea have lacked although where he fits in remains to be seen as he has suggested he wants to play as a classic ‘No 10’ — as does Juan Mata.
      The signing probably ends Chelsea’s interest in the Brazil international Lucas Moura, who had been a prime target for previous manager Andre Villas-Boas.
      Chelsea are without a permanent manager with interim head coach Roberto Di Matteo on holiday and not dealing with transfer targets and negotiations.
      Instead, technical director Michael Emenalo is working with Abramovich to conduct Chelsea’s transfer business, which has so far included signing the German international wide midfielder Marko Marin for £6.5 million from Werder Bremen and releasing Jose Bosingwa and Salomon Kalou, while Didier Drogba, also out of contract, is leaving having agreed a deal with the Chinese club Shanghai Shenzua.
      It can be expected that the signing of Hazard will hasten the departure of Florent Malouda, who has a year left on his contract and is considering a number of offers, including a lucrative deal from a Turkish club. Paulo Ferreira has also been told he can leave with Chelsea aiming to sign a new right-back.
      They have again been offered Ajax defender Gregory Van der Wiel, who was a target of former sporting director Frank Arnesen.
      Hazard becomes the fourth Belgian in the Chelsea squad but, unlike the other three — Romelu Lukaku, Kevin De Bruyne and goalkeeper Thibault Courtois — he will not be loaned out next season.
      Courtois spent a hugely successful season with Atletico Madrid and is set to go back to Spain for the next campaign. It was announced that first-choice Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech, who recently turned 30, had won his battle for a new contract and had signed a four-year deal.
      Hazard has enjoyed a hugely successful season in France, where he was named Ligue 1 player of the year for the second season running, scoring 17 goals in 37 league games.
      City have spent 15 months wooing the player and he was their guest at the recent Manchester derby having also been shown houses in the area that afternoon. It had been claimed that Chelsea tried to sign Hazard in January but their interest is far more recent.
      Abramovich has already told his aides that he intends to create a young, hungry new team for next season. Chelsea also have a deal in place to sign Hulk from Porto, but that was negotiated by Villas-Boas.
      Hulk’s agent, Teodoro Fonseca, has insisted Chelsea remain interested.
      Chelsea are also in the market for a top-class striker but matters are complicated by Fernando Torres’s continued presence at the club and the claims that he has been guaranteed by Abramovich that he will have more opportunities next season.
      Reacting to today's developments, a Chelsea spokesman said on Monday night: "As with all transfers, when we have something to announce, we will announce it in the usual way."
      What they are saying about Hazard
      "Hazard is a very good player. He has many qualities. He is particularly rapid in the first 10 yards."
      Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson
      "He can play in any top team in the world, today or tomorrow."
      Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany
      "His creative ability, his talent for unbalancing opponents, his vision of the game, and his consummate skill in making the final pass all make him an in-demand player."
      Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger
      "Eden is technically gifted and very fast. I would take him to Real Madrid with my eyes closed. He can become a great footballer, he is a star of the future".
      Real Madrid director of football and former France international Zinedine Zidane
      "Faster than Zidane, more technique than Thierry Henry."
      Former France international Christophe Dugarry
      "At times he looks like Lionel Messi."
      Former Marseille manager Rolland Courbis
      Hazard factfile
      1991: January 7 - Born La Louviere, Belgium.
      2005: Joins the youth academy at French club Lille.
      2007: Signs three-year professional contract with LOSC.
      September - Makes his amateur debut for Lille's reserve team.
      November - Makes his senior debut against Nancy.
      2008: September - Scores a late equaliser in Lille's 2-2 draw against Auxerre, becoming the youngest goalscorer in the club's history.
      October - Makes Belgium debut against Luxembourg at the age of 17.
      November - Agrees three-year contract extension.
      2009 - Named France's Young Player of the Year.
      2010: Becomes first player to retain France's Young Player of the Year award.
      September: Dropped to the bench by Lille coach Rudi Garcia due to inconsistency.
      2011: May - Helps Lille win their first league title since 1954, and their first league and cup double since 1946. Voted Ligue 1 Player of the Year.
      October - Scores first international goal in 4-1 win over Kazakhstan.
      2012: May - Confirms his decision to leave Lille at the end of the season. Courts interest from Manchester United, Manchester City and Chelsea.
      May 28 - Announces on Twitter that he will sign for Chelsea.

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      hope he realizes his true potential at Chelsea! and not become another torres! that means malouda is out?

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      its sad di Matteo is not offered perm position....

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      Quote Originally Posted by payyans View Post
      hope he realizes his true potential at Chelsea! and not become another torres! that means malouda is out?
      malouda,kalou ,drogba out

      they might get hulk as well ....
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      Quote Originally Posted by Digambaran View Post
      its sad di Matteo is not offered perm position....
      As a united fan, sincerly hope he is given the perm position..he is not good enough ...

      he was very fortunate in CL ...
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      Quote Originally Posted by Sir Alex View Post
      malouda,kalou ,drogba out

      they might get hulk as well ....
      rumours that Chelsea has agreed 40m for Hulk -
      40m

      Roman swabhavam kanichu tudangi
      Portuguese Ambassador to India, Jorge Roza de Oliveira, observed: "How can a nation with 1.2 billion people not produce 11 football players?"


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      Quote Originally Posted by Sir Alex View Post
      rumours that Chelsea has agreed 40m for Hulk -
      40m

      Roman swabhavam kanichu tudangi
      they can easily buy falcao for that money. is Hulk going to play on the wings :D

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