The Daily Telegraph, as quoted by Metro, is reporting that the Spanish giants have stepped up their interest in the 28-year-old playmaker, shortly before they announced the return of Zinedine Zidane as manager on Monday.
And the former Venezuela worldwide reckons Paris Saint-Germain sensation Kylian Mbappe would be a much better option than Eden Hazard.
Emerson Palmieri has admitted that he is "afraid" of Eden Hazard leaving Chelsea, but insists that he believes the winger will stay put.
"Like Chelsea fans, we are afraid that he might leave, I still believe that he will stay and we really want him to stay", the left-back told Sky Sports.
Rockets star Harden expected to face Mavericks
The Rockets had a scare when star guard went down with a wrist injury in Friday's victory against the Philadelphia 76ers. Jalen Brunson , Maxi Kleber and Dorian Finney-Smith are players to monitor on the wire while we wait for more news.
Tottenham are reluctant to sell one of their key men, who has been at the club for close to six years, but a new contract is no closer to being signed and he will become a free agent in 2020. I personally can not see him leaving, but you never know in football. He shows every day how important he is. The reason for that is directly connected to Eden Hazard's future, who is now heavily expected to link up with the Frenchman next season.
Hazard was eager to move to Real Madrid last summer, alongside ex-teammate Thibaut Courtois, who eventually completed the switch, but Chelsea refused to let go of the playmaker.
"Eden Hazard, he had his chance".
Asked if Zidane's return to Madrid makes Hazard's exit this summer more likely, Sarri replied: "You have to ask Hazard, I think".
That's why many National Football League mock drafts have them pegged to take Dwayne Haskins with the No. 6 overall pick. The Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy victor also broke a few hearts. "At least to my face, no one was negative".
Facebook's rumoured cryptocurrency will generate billions in revenue for the firm, according to a Barclays analyst. He claims that this venture by Facebook will see a better future compared to their previous experiments.
But some major Democratic donors say they will not support her after her vilification of former Democratic Minnesota Sen. Al Franken to resign in 2017 following allegations of harassment against him dating back to his Hollywood career .
Sometimes you had to wait for the app you wanted to pop up; sometimes you would move to tap on something and the icon would jump. As part of its work in Project Strobe , Google is adding a number of new privacy and security features to Android Q.
A slew of Facebook -owned social media sites are experiencing a worldwide outage, leaving thousands of users unable to connect. According to the website Down Detector, the most common problems being reported are total blackout and log in issues.
Trump has cultivated an image of himself as a tough-on-crime president and has said drug dealers should face the ultimate penalty. California has the largest death row population in the U.S.by far, housing 25 percent of the country's condemned inmates.
Brexit could be reversed if lawmakers reject the government's exit deal, British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said on Sunday. The PM was expected to give a statement following talks but is still "in negotiations", her deputy David Lidington said.
You also get access to exclusive original content that is done in collaboration with creators on YouTube . There's also a " smart search " feature that makes it easier to find songs you may not know the title of.
All Spotify wants, says its founder, is to be treated the same as apps that don't pay the 30% tax such as Uber or Deliveroo. That is the 30% of monthly subscription fees that Apple takes on subscriptions made through its payment system.
From the implications of the lawsuit, Facebook may have allowed these hackers into their network by approving them as developers. When users played a quiz, "malicious browser extensions" were installed on their phones, tablets and computers.
During his testimony, Cohen told the committee: "I have never asked for, nor would I accept, a pardon from President Trump". Trump's former personal lawyer, has since clarified through his own lawyer that his testimony "could have been clearer".
Boeing faces claims after 737 MAX groundings
In October a year ago 189 people died when Lion Air's flight ET302 crashed off the coast of Indonesia . Regulators across the world shut operation of the 737 down, sending the company's stock price falling.
FCA recalling almost 900,000 vehicles over emissions issue
The company declined to estimate the cost of the recall, only to say it had accounted for the costs in the fourth quarter of 2018. Fiat Chrysler has recalled 862,520 gas-powered vehicles after on-road testing showed they might not meet emissions standards.
Verizon says its 5G network will cost an extra $10 a month
The offer is available only on unlimited plans, which now start at $75 for one person or $160 for a family of four without 5G. The insane affordable Moto Z3 can be paired with a special Moto Mod that will go on pre-order tomorrow, March 14.
Khawaja ton guides Australia to 272-9 in deciding ODI
Chasing 273, India lost wickets in quick succession and all the hopes were pinned on Rohit once Kohli was gone in the chase. Rohit was again slow off the blocks, hardly rotating the strike but found some elegant boundaries off the pacers.
A ‘big announcement’ from Beto O’Rourke is on the horizon
The trip will end Saturday with a get-out-the-vote push for a state Senate candidate in Waterloo, followed by an event in Dubuque. O'Rourke, 46, rose to national prominence a year ago when he narrowly lost his bid to defeat Republican U.S.
Rep. Pelosi: Trump "Not Worth" Impeaching
While Pelosi said she wasn't in favour of impeaching Trump, she maintained that he wasn't fit for the presidency. Pelosi's comments, whatever the reasoning, will surely rile up her extremist base.
It's now official: Point for fastest race lap returns to F1!
The governing FIA said on Monday that the Formula One Strategy Group and F1 Commission had given unanimous approval in an e-vote. The FIA World Motor Sport Council approved the provisional new sporting rule at its meeting in Geneva last week.