” 1 Eden Hazard is Real Madrid’s No.1 target ahead of the summer, according to reports Real Madrid are ready to offer ?100million PLUS Gareth Bale to sign Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard this summer, according to reports. The LaLiga giants have apparently made Hazard their number one target ahead of the summer transfer window and are planning to test the Blues’ resolve the keep their star man.
Hazard has two years left to run on his current Chelsea contract and the Premier League club are keen to tie him down to new terms. However, no deal has yet materialised and reports claim he is stalling on extending his Stamford Bridge stay, despite the offer of making him one of the highest-paid players in England. And, according to the Daily Express, Real are ready to pounce and are planning a mouth-watering offer for the Belgium international.
The Los Blancos hierarchy are desperate to strengthen their squad this summer after falling behind fierce rivals Barcelona this season. Real currently sit fourth in the LaLiga table, 17 points behind the table-topping Catalans. They have identified Hazard as the man to fire them back to title contention and are willing to part with Welsh winger Bale to make the deal happen.
Bale has suffered a frustrating season in Madrid with a string of injuries keeping him on the sidelines and seeing him miss 14 games.1xbet.footballresultstoday.org/ However, he has enjoyed a decent return in 2018 and was named the club’s Player of the Month for January after scoring five goals. He has nine goals and six assists altogether this season.
The Wales international has won 12 trophies with Real, including three Champions League titles, but after five years in Spain he could set for a return to the Premier League. ” ” 1 Stefano Domenicali Stefano Domenicali has resigned as Team Principal of Ferrari. The 48-year-old has taken the decision to step down following a difficult start to the 2014 Formula One season by the Italian team.
Ferrari stand a lowly fifth in the Constructors’ Championship, 78 points behind leaders Mercedes, after the first three races. Domenicali took over as team boss from Jean Todt in 2008 and Ferrari won the Constructors’ Championship that year. Since then, however, Ferrari have struggled in Red Bull’s shadow and have not won the Drivers’ or Championship titles.
They have failed to register a podium finish in the opening three races of this season, with Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen finishing down in ninth and tenth last time out in Bahrain. Marco Mattiaci, the former head of Ferrari USA, will take over from Domenicali ahead of the Chinese Grand Prix on April 20. In a statement, Ferrari president Luca Di Montezemolo said: “I thank Stefano Domenicali, not only for his constant dedication and effort, but also for the great sense of responsibility he has shown, even today, in always putting the interests of Ferrari above all else.” “