Cape Town - Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos has
commented on rumours linking Chelsea's Eden Hazard with an imminent move
to the Bernebeu, saying the forward "would be a great addition".
Football's worst-kept secret - that both Real and Hazard are eager to
join forces - seems closer than ever to coming to fruition.
Hazard admitted that his two-goal performance in the Europa League
final might have been a perfect 'goodbye' after seven years at Chelsea.
The Blues are still holding out for an acceptable fee for a player whose contract expires in summer 2020.
Real are reportedly ready to offer £106m to land their man, with
captain Ramos addressing both his and Hazard's future on Thursday.
"Hazard is a great player. He is top and I think he would be a great addition to Real Madrid," he said.
"But I don't know if he's coming. I don't know what the situation is at the moment, but he could add a lot to this club."