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Hazard can become best in the world at Real, claims former team-mate

3 monthes ago   |   By Team Talk

One of Eden Hazard's former team-mates at Chelsea believes that the new Real Madrid star can reach the very top at his new club.
Fernando Torres, who retired earlier this week, has come out and said he believes Hazard can become the best player in the world now that he has left Chelsea for LaLiga.
Hazard moved to Madrid earlier this month after winning the Europa league in May for the Blues and Torres, who also won the Europa League in his time at Chelsea is full of praise for the Belgian.
“have got the brand where every player in the world wants to play there, and when they call the...
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