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I Don`t Think It Is Us!

Can you make head or tail of this?

The future of Eden Hazard, the Lille playmaker, appears to be in the Premier League.

Previously, several Premier League clubs have, reportedly, expressed an interest in signing the twenty-one year-old.

Not too long ago Hazard declared that he would be wearing a blue shirt next season, prompting pundits to suggest it would wither be the blue of Chelsea or the sky blue of Manchester City.

Today, another riddle has emerged relating to Hazard with it now being claimed that he will be joining a Manchester club but he doesn`t know which one.

Well based on his first revelation I`d suggest it`s not going to be us, wouldn`t you!



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Tuesday May 15 2012
Time: 4:43PM

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Can't see it happening and think it will only be a matter of time before City announce his signing. To be honest, the prospect of having him is great to begin with but the more you look into it the less glamorous it is. Don't get me wrong he's still a fantastic talent but only when it comes to attacking, thee guy can't defend for ***** and hasn't got the mentality to get stuck into a challenge, you'll be defending with 10 men rather than 11 which is a massive risk in the premier league. Not too sure of his attitude either having already expressed wanting to go to Spain in the future we would only be a stepping stone on his way to Madrid or Barcelona after 2-4 years when his matured and developed. The money involved doesn't help either 35 mil is a lot for a guy who potentially might not cut it in the Premier League. Furthermore I'm not sure we he would fit in our system, Hazard likes playing in advanced position wide left (which we dont need) or though the middle (where Rooney plays) and can't operate effectively as a deeper more general CM as he can't defen. For us I do think Kagawa or would be the better option then Dembele after him.
TheFamousNo7
15/05/2012 18:03:00
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