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Mbappe To Chelsea: Hazard’s Sale Key To Buy Monaco Star
Leave a comment | | August 2, 2017 8:06 AM

Chelsea owner Roman Abrahimovic will use the funds from the sale of Eden Hazard to Barcelona to purchase Monaco star Kylian Mbappe.

Eden Hazard has been linked with a move to Spanish giants Barcelona as a potential replacement for want away star forward Neymar. The Brazilian is set to complete a world record move of £196m to French Ligue 1 side PSG,  with Hazard targeted as a replacement according to reports coming from Spain.

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Spanish outlet Don Balon claim that, should Hazard leave, the Blues may join the race for Mbappe. It is said Abramovich is a fan of the 18-year-old, and he could be tempted to join Real and City in the race for his signature.

However, fresh claims suggest Monaco are now demanding a huge £178million to part with their star asset.

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Speaking back in June, Blues legend Tony Cascarino named Mbappe as the player he would most like his former club to sign this summer.


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