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Jose Mourinho Slaps Quite An Unusual Price For Eden Hazard

Jose Mourinho Slaps Quite An Unusual Price For Eden Hazard
By Conor O'Leary

Jose Mourino Names Quite An Unusual Price For Eden Hazard

Given that the world record amount paid for a player remains the world's most expensive player at £85 million, now though Jose wants more than that - just for one of Eden Hazard's legs!

There are rumours circulating that Real Madrid are set to begin their charm offensive designed to get Hazard to become their latest Galactico. Pre-empting their interest, Mourinho has come out and set his price out early. Asked what if Chelsea would accept a £100m bid for Hazard from Real Madrid, Mourinho said:

Plus one of their three best players. £100m each leg - he's very young.

Gareth Bale, Cristiano Ronaldo and James Rodriguez may be three of the best and most expensive players in the world, but in Mourinho's mind they are only worth one of Hazard's legs. It's a far cry from last year when Mourinho was criticising Hazard for his unwillingness to sacrifice himself for Chelsea and help out his full back in defense.

That £100 million for a leg is an astonishing price. Just think of all the Freddo bars you could buy with £100m.

Now Hazard is more of a hardworking Mourinho player, while Mourinho allows him to retain most of his flair. The consensus Player of the Year will be hoping to bring Chelsea a step closer to the title with a win today against Arsenal.

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One thing is for sure, that £32 million that Chelsea paid for the then 21 year old Hazard is looking a bargain now.

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