- Arsene Wenger believes Eden Hazard cannot replace Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid
- The Frenchman added that Eden Hazard will soon start scoring for the Spanish giants
- Hazard joined Real Madrid from Chelsea after winning the Europa League title
Former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is not convinced that Belgian football star Eden Hazard is the best replacement for Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo at Real Madrid.
After winning the 2018/19 Europa League title beating Arsenal in the final, Eden Hazard made it clear that he would not renew his contract before Chelsea sold him to the Spanish giants.
Eden Hazard was signed by Real Madrid with the hopes that he will fit into the boots of Cristiano Ronaldo who left for a big move to Italian champions Juventus.
Before leaving Real Madrid, Cristiano Ronaldo scored 450 goals in 438 games at the Bernabeu winning four Champions League and two La Liga titles.
Since Ronaldo's departure, Real Madrid have been struggling both in the Spanish La Liga and also the Champions League.
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Eden Hazard who was tipped to guide Real Madrid back to shinning light has so far not been impressive this term scoring one goal in six games.
''Hazard will be the answer but not in replacing Ronaldo, that is for sure. He will not score 50 goals a year because that’s now how they play football.
“They need another goal scorer in Madrid because Benzema is now 32 and if they had someone younger around him to score the goals, maybe they could do very well,'' Wenger told belN Sports.
Previously, Legit.ng had reported how Zinedine Zidane could quit as Real Madrid manager for a second time after the club failed to sign Paul Pogba from Manchester United.
The Los Blancos boss was desperate to sign the United midfielder this summer and the feeling was mutual with his fellow compatriot.
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