The Chelsea fans in the Transfer Tavern have been voicing their opinions over the future of the club’s Belgian contingent, Eden Hazard, Michy Batshuayi and Thibaut Courtois. All three of those players could be playing football away from Stamford Bridge next season as the club could look to cash in on them due to the fact they’ve been linked with moves away.
— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) 4 June 2018
Eden Hazard and Thibaut Courtois have been linked with moves to Real Madrid throughout the season, as Chelsea have struggled domestically in the Premier League, finishing 5th and missing out on Champions League football for the second time in three seasons. Meanwhile, Real Madrid has just won their third Champions League trophy in a row and will be on the lookout to bolster their squad and take their tally to four in four years.
Michy Batshuayi, on the other hand, is a strange one. The striker went out on-loan to Borussia Dortmund in January and was a resounding success in the Bundesliga. However, after finding himself low down the pecking order behind both Diego Costa and Alvaro Morata in his Chelsea career he could be free to leave Stamford Bridge in pursuit of first-team football, with a number of clubs that would be open to signing the star.
You can read our local Blues’ verdict on their Belgian trio here:
Too bad they won’t have a club to come back to
— (Retired) Brigadier General (@BlackPriide) June 4, 2018
DONT SELL ANY OF THEM.
— Ali A | علي
Keep Michy I swear
— Thomas (@thomas_dalglish) June 4, 2018
Real Madrid will be taking Eden.. Batshuayi doubt he will come back.. Courtois will leave.. Arbie is selling up #PlasticFans
— Gareth Cloono (@TheRegularSoup) June 4, 2018
Don’t you dare sell any of them
— J (@CaptainAZP) June 4, 2018
Well done boys good luck…well until June 28th then all loving messages are over for 24 hours
— Stephanie Sasmaz (@stephjayne86) 4 June 2018Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
Any of them at our club next season?
— Andrew Dee (@andrewdee03) June 4, 2018
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