Hazard kisses the Real Madrid badge and takes selfie with supporters

Hazard kisses the Real Madrid badge and takes selfie with supporters

"The price does not bring more pressure, I've not really thought about that".

"Today and now we welcome one of the best players in the world, Eden Hazard". But before that I will try to make Madrid the best team in the world'.

The Belgian completed his long-awaited move to Real last week, signing for £88m plus add-ons in a five-year deal. I can still improve, ' he said.

Last season he scored 27 goals in 48 games for the German club.

"You are a Real Madrid player and are part of this club to defend the shirt".

While it's hard to imagine Madrid could sign Kylian Mbappe without breaching Financial Fair Play, there's no doubt the Paris Saint-Germain striker is on their radar.

"I think we're compatible, but Zidane will decide".

He was surprisingly frank about where he wanted to play: 'I like playing on the left or as a No 10, ' he said.

United dropping their interest in Bale is a blow to Real's hopes of moving him on, as the Premier League side are one of only a few clubs who would be able to afford a transfer fee and the former Tottenham man's wages, believed to be worth around £600,000 per week.

This comes off the back of a Wayne Rooney interview with the BBC when he advised the club to focus on lower profile players and build a new team around them rather than looking for short-term solutions.

"Now is not the time to talk about Real Madrid", he told reporters after France's 4-0 demolition of Andorra on Tuesday, per beIN Sports. 'The captain of the team is very good at it, ' he joked in reference to Sergio Ramos.

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