Kylian Hazard urges his elder brother Eden to stay at Chelsea next season

Kylian Hazard urges his elder brother Eden to stay at Chelsea next season

- Belgium international Eden Hazard is heavily wanted by Real Madrid as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo

- He was impressive for his Belgian national team as they won bronze medal at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia

- The 27-year-old scored three and assisted two other goals on their way to finishing as the 3rd best team in the world

Eden Hazard's younger brother Kylian has reportedly urged his elder brother to shun Real Madrid's offer and remain at Chelsea this season.

The 27-year-old, who won bronze medal at the recently concluded 2018 FIFA World Cup is heavily linked with a move away from the Stamford Bridge this summer.

He has also shown that he wants to dump the west Londoners as all efforts to get him further commit his future to the club proved unfruitful.

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According to Dailymail, the Chelsea attacker has been targeted as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo at the Bernabeu, with a £150 million swoop mooted.

Some Real Madrid fans have even gone ahead to do a photoshop of Hazard in Los Blancos' kit, but the potential switch has certainly not captured the imagination of his youngest brother Kylian.

When asked if Real Madrid would be the right move for Eden, Kylian used a 'crossed arms' emoji to indicate 'no'.

Which means that the 22-year-old isn't in support of his elder brother joining the most successful club in Europe.

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Kylian joined the Blues in the summer of 2017 from Hungarian side Ujpest and he's yet to feature for the Stamford bridge side.

However, with Real dangling good money in front of the player, he might be forced to dump the club before the start of the new season - more so that his present club will not be playing in the Champions League next term.

Ronaldo's £99 million move to Juventus means that the Belgian forward might end up with the Spanish League side.

He scored three times and assisted two goals for his country as they finished third in Russia.

As revealed by Sportsmail, Chelsea have also received a bid of £65m from Barcelona for Willian in the past few days.

Hazard and Willian are expected to miss the Blues' International Champions Cup game against Inter Milan on Saturday as they recover from the World Cup. previously reported that Belgium star Eden Hazard has agreed terms with Real Madrid as Chelsea face the prospect of losing two of their top players, Daily Star quoting RMC Sport.

Zinedine Zidane who is a fan of Hazard, has left the club but a switch to the Spanish giants still remains likely.

The 27-year-old has hinted he wants to leave Stamford Bridge in an interview during the Russia 2018 World Cup.

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