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Manchester United Looking To Snap Up Another Youngster

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With his greatest strength in the attacking-midfield role or on the wing, 19-year old Eden Hazard might as well be considered a support striker – which can account for his average strike rate standing at the exact equivalent of one goal every eight games (10 goals in 80 appearances to date).

Despite alarming debts holding them back, United at least have their regular participation in the Champions League to attract a player of Hazard’s quality, since Lille are currently playing in the Europa League, and never quite able to overtake the likes of Marseille or Lyon.

Some may consider comparisons to Lionel Messi somewhat premature, but Hazard certainly looks every bit like a player who can make it at the top. Young players of a certain calibre need to learn amongst the elite if they are themselves to become the elite.

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There have been several circulations of such speculation in the past, but Manchester United are once again rumoured to be lining up a shock double swoop to bring wing sensation Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford, this time with 19-year old Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard in tow from French Ligue 1 side Lille OSC.

Manchester United will find it very difficult to muster up enough money to satisfy what is sure to be a stratospheric price named by Real Madrid, and they would almost certainly have to sell before they could buy. Either way, Ronaldo is happy at The Bernabeu, meaning that Real Madrid hold the cards at any rate. Better news however, lies within the resurfacing of a link with Hazard, who has proved himself as a burgeoning talent at the top level.

With his greatest strength in the attacking-midfield role or on the wing, Hazard might as well be considered a support striker – which can account for his average strike rate standing at the exact equivalent of one goal every eight games (10 goals in 80 appearances to date). Some may consider comparisons to Lionel Messi somewhat premature, but Hazard cert

There have been several circulations of such speculation in the past, but Manchester United are once again rumoured to be lining up a shock double swoop to bring wing sensation Cristiano Ronaldo back to Old Trafford, this time with 19-year old Belgian midfielder Eden Hazard in tow from French Ligue 1 side Lille OSC.

Manchester United will find it very difficult to muster up enough money to satisfy what is sure to be a stratospheric price named by Real Madrid, and they would almost certainly have to sell before they could buy.

Either way, Ronaldo is happy at The Bernabeu, meaning that Real Madrid hold the cards at any rate. Better news however, lies within the resurfacing of a link with Hazard, who has proved himself as a burgeoning talent at the top level.

With his greatest strength in the attacking-midfield role or on the wing, Hazard might as well be considered a support striker – which can account for his average strike rate standing at the exact equivalent of one goal every eight games (10 goals in 80 appearances to date).

Some may consider comparisons to Lionel Messi somewhat premature, but Hazard certainly looks every bit like a player who can make it at the top.

United at least have their regular participation in the Champions League to attract a player of Hazard’s quality, since Lille are currently playing in the Europa League, and never quite able to overtake the likes of Marseille or Lyon.

Young players of a certain calibre need to learn amongst the elite if they are themselves to become the elite, and unlike a move for Ronaldo, this one seems perfectly feasible.

ainly looks every bit like a player who can make it at the top.

United at least have their regular participation in the Champions League to attract a player of Hazard’s quality, since Lille are currently playing in the Europa League, and never quite able to overtake the likes of Marseille or Lyon. Young players of a certain calibre need to learn amongst the elite if they are themselves to become the elite, and unlike a move for Ronaldo, this one seems perfectly feasible.


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