As per a report from ESPN, Premier League giants Chelsea fear that they will not be able to hold on to Belgian wing wizard Eden Hazard beyond the summer, amid rising interest from Real Madrid and have chose to demand a transfer fee of at least £100 million from the reigning European champions.
And Perez, speaking to reporters after presenting Zidane to the media, admitted he hopes that the presence of the France legend at the helm once more might tempt the 20-year-old star to Madrid.
However, the interest in Hazard remains for Perez, and the fact Zidane and the Belgian have a huge mutual respect - something they have spoken about - only seems to confirm the likelihood of a deal this summer. I am not anxious.
However, Chelsea FC legend Drogba has insisted that he would love to see Hazard stay at Stamford Bridge and doesn't see why the Belgian playmaker would have to leave.
Woman 'humiliated' after being told to cover up on Thomas Cook flight
Although her cousin gave her a jacket to wear for the flight, O'Connor said the staff did leave until she "physically put it on". In an interview with The Sun , O'Connor called the incident 'the most sexist, misogynistic, embarrassing experience of my life'.
And the other huge factor in the Hazard scenario is that unless Chelsea can get their imminent two window transfer ban frozen temporarily in the Court of Arbitration in Sport, they will not be able to sign players to replace him in the summer.
"He had fever after the Premier League match [against Wolves] for two days, so yesterday we chose to leave him at home to recover for the next match", Sarri said of Higuain.
Zidane, who took over at Real in January 2016 after Rafa Benitez was dismissed, won the Champions League that season, before claiming a La Liga and European Cup double in 2017.
"I have a lot of players", Sarri explained. "Maybe, as you know in the last match Hudson-Odoi was the first change, so you know he is in my mind for every match".