Craig Bellamy has Eden Hazard concern unrelated to Real Madrid comments
- Hazard still dreams of playing for Real Madrid
- The Spain capital giants aren't targeting the Belgian at the moment
- Ex-Liverpool striker Bellamy wonders if Hazard has enough consistency first with Chelsea
Talking on Sky Sports, Craig Bellamy discussed Eden Hazard's desire to try himself at Real Madrid: ''He’s always spoken openly about his desire to play in Spain, it’s always been his dream. Real Madrid, and your Barcelonas, they have to be interested in him because that’s how good he is.
''Do you know what, I’m not surprised if they haven’t put a bid in, they haven’t gone for him. You know his talent, you know his worth, you know he’s going to cost a lot of money.
''But my concern would be how well he does one year, brilliant, like now we’re seeing, but then a year later he can be the complete opposite player who you don’t get much out of. If you’re going to pay that type of money and believe he’s world class, I’m sure we all sit here now and believe he’s world class, but he can go six, seven months with performing okay, not like the Hazard we know and that concerns me.
''That’s maybe why they’ve probably waited another year, want to see him this year. I think he gets a great response off a new manager. I can see one of those two clubs, it’s only a matter of time before they try and buy him.''