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‘Interesting propositions’ received for United target Hazard

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Lille have confirmed they have had ‘interesting propositions’ for Manchester United target Eden Hazard.

 

The Belgian winger is reportedly being tracked by Old Trafford boss Sir Alex Ferguson, who is keen to add some creativity to his midfield.

 

The Ligue 1 side have so far rebuked all advances for their prized asset so far, but gave an indication that teams Like Manchester United may have more success in the summer.

 

“We have received some very interesting propositions for Hazard, but the player will stay with us until at least the end of the season,” academy director Jean-Michel Vandamme told calciomercato.com.

 

“He certainly won't leave until then. Then, if we can find someone willing to make an appropriate offer, we will look to reach an agreement.”

 

Hazard is being courted by many of Europe’s most prominent sides and it seems United will have a fight on their hands to land the winger.

 

The Belgium international has also been linked with Arsenal and Real Madrid, but Inter Milan are also said to be interested.

 

Vandamme was also adamant that the 21-year-old would not be leaving for cheap and put a whopping price tag on the star.

 

“Interest from Inter Milan? There are clubs in all of the major European leagues that want him,” added Vandamme.

 

"His price? I think a player like Hazard is worth at least €40million (£33m)."

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