Belgian star Eden Hazard is purportedly all set for a move to Real Madrid and will leave Chelsea with commendation ringing in his ears after the 4-1 trouncing of Arsenal in the Europa League last.
Furthermore, if the arrangement experiences a celebrity central welcome anticipates the striker previously praised as a legend in Spain following his two-objective negative mark against hapless Arsenal in Baku on Wednesday.
“It’s Hazta La Vista,” composed the Sun in trademark style while The Guardian and The Times agreed to ‘Peril’s brilliant farewell’ and the Daily Mail waited over the player’s post-coordinate ‘farewell kiss’ to Chelsea fans in the Baku stands.
Talking after the game Hazard, 28, said “I believe it’s a farewell, yet in football, you never know,” reluctant to affirm that his fantasy to play for Real Madrid would be immediately figured it out.
However, for the media, it is as of now a done arrangement finishing Hazard’s surprising seven-year stretch in the Premier League.
“At the point when Maurizio Sarri enabled him to leave the pitch to drawn-out applause, the cheering blended with in excess of a couple of murmurs,” composed Oliver Brown in the Daily Telegraph.
“For once the delight of this Europa League triumph dies down, the club can hardly manage to examine what they will miss.”
The Sun showered acclaim on a player it said came to Chelsea as “a standout amongst the most encouraging players in Europe” and leaves as the genuine article “Chelsea legend.”
The Daily Mirror said the departure of a player of Hazard’s quality would be definitely felt by the Premier League in general.
The Daily Mail concentrated on inconvenience ahead for Chelsea, whose delight at winning the Europa League would be tempered by Hazard’s approaching takeoff.
“The obvious issue at hand, obviously, is this was a triumph accomplished with Eden Hazard, maybe they keep going for Chelsea, and it just served to underscore the amount he will be remembered fondly,” composed their main games essayist Martin Samuel.