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Chelsea FC Signs a deal with Belgian Eden Hazard


Belgium midfielder Eden Hazard has signed a new five-and-a-half-year deal with Premier League leaders Chelsea.PHOTO| FULL FIFA
Finally a great news has reached us all the way from Belgium for supporting Chelsea FC fans after the Belgian National Newspaper HLN
reported that Eden Hazard had admitted he will sign a new deal at the club.
According to the report, Eden Hazard promised Chelsea FC towards the ending of the year in December 2014; that he would sign a deal in the value of €1,000,000 per month. Although the contract extension has not been signed and sealed yet, the Belgian news platform believes that it’s just a few minor details and signatures away from being sealed.
The 24-year-old Belgian international winger has been in a very solid form this season and has been instrumental to the Blue’s success in all
competitions. In the English Premier League, he has had a solid start to the season and has scored 8 goals in 23 games; an average that sees him edge closer to last season’s goal tally of 14.
Once he gets his contract signed and sealed at Chelsea FC, every uncertainty regarding his future is likely to varnish as Jose Mourinho’s
squad look forward to put their dominance on the chase of the Premier League title this term.
In previous seasons, ever since Eden Hazard was added to the Blues squad coincidentally, Chelsea FC are yet to capture the top prize as both Manchester clubs claimed the Premier League title. If Chelsea FC can hold on to their top players, like Hazard, Costa at the club
then it gives Mourinho a good foundation to build a legacy similar to how he did years ago with John Terry, Frank Lampard and Didier Drogba.
Both Chelsea FC and Hazard are good pairs for a very successful future together not forgetting their current dominance in the Premier League which could make 2015 one of the club’s best years in history.
When Eden Hazard signs a new contract, it will put Chelsea FC on the advantage to drive away big clubs like Real Madrid and Bayern Munich with a huge release clause.

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