Eden Hazard emerges as potential Cristiano Ronaldo replacement at Juventus

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Eden Hazard emerges as potential Cristiano Ronaldo replacement at Juventus

Real Madrid’s Eden Hazard has emerged as the prime candidate to replace Cristiano Ronaldo at Juventus this summer, according to José Félix

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With Ronaldo’s shock return to Manchester United nearly completion after the record-breaking Portuguese forward ruled out a stay in Turn past the transfer window, Juve has been left scrambling in regards to how they plan to replace the mercurial goal scorer with so little time left to get business done.

Juve has already been linked to forwards this summer irrespective of Ronaldo’s future, with recent links to a loan move for Everton’s Moise Kean being mooted as recently as earlier this morning.

Does a move for Hazard make sense?

On the surface, no. Juventus are already stocked with talent on the flanks through the likes of Federico Chiesa, Dejan Kulusevski, Federico Bernardeschi, and Paulo Dybala in a pinch. With Ronaldo all but out the door and just loanee Alvaro Morata being the only fit center-forward available to Massimiliano Allegri, links with interest in Hazard seem quite strange indeed.

Juventus turn to Eden Hazard as Ronaldo replacement

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK – JUNE 16: Eden Hazard of Belgium looks on during the Belgium Training Session ahead of the Euro 2020 Group B match between Denmark and Belgium at Parken Stadium on June 16, 2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Photo by Oliver Hardt – UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

For base value, Hazard, if he can remain fit, still has a lot to give whatever side he manages to play for; that was on display on quite a few occasions this summer for Belgium at Euro 2020. But Hazard has hardly kicked on at club level since his move from Chelsea to Real Madrid and trying to rehabilitate his club career at Juventus, an outfit that demands the maximum at all times is a risk for both parties involved. To continue, the aforementioned wide players – particularly Chiesa and Kulusevski – signify younger yet talented options that can be built around for the future rather than a loan move for a 30-year-old who, despite being incredibly talented, could cause more harm than good in the short term still things not work out.

But in a summer window that only needed one domino to topple before the entire line started to fold, this would hardly be a shock.

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