WWE star Rusev says he wants Chelsea star Eden Hazard

first_img Hazard has been linked with a move to Madrid “I would really like Hazard from Chelsea, go after him and see how that goes,” the Bulgarian Brute told talkSPORT. “I know a lot of fans will say Neymar, but I think it’s too soon for him and his stock is a little bit down after his forty minute rolls at the World Cup. Hazard wants to come, so go get him!”With the transfer window now closed in England, Chelsea would be reluctant to sell the Belgian captain, however, the man behind ‘Rusev Day’ does see a potential heir to Ronaldo’s throne in the current Madrid squad.“Let’s not forget we have Marco Asensio, who’s one of the best players in the world and is only 24. I’d be just as happy to put faith in him and not sign anyone.”Whether it’s Hazard or Asensio stepping into Ronaldo’s almighty shoes this season, Rusev believes that it was still the right time to cash in on Real Madrid’s all-time record goal-scorer – calling it the best news he had all summer.“I’m glad the big transfer finally happened.  It’s a great sale for us, people have been texting me since he left and saying ‘sorry’, but I’m like no this is a good thing. We have made £105 million on a 33-year-old player – it’s the best news we could have got in the off-season.” Rusev wants Hazard 2 2 Real Madrid fans are never shy in voicing their opinion on who should be the next Bernabeu star, but Florentino Perez may want to listen to the demand of one of the club’s ‘biggest’ fans: WWE Superstar Rusev.The former United States Champion and current star of SmackDown Live is a massive Madrid supporter and has made no secret about who he thinks should replace Cristiano Ronaldo as Real’s latest big money signing. Rusev’s favourite football club won’t be the only ones busy for the remainder of the summer, the 32 year-old has his own business to attend to as he prepares for SummerSlam at the end of the month.WWE’s annual event is of the biggest shows on the calendar, second only to WrestleMania, and although he is yet to be announced on the card, the Bulgarian is pitching for a dream match of his own involving some WWE legends.“On the current roster all the guys are all good. Daniel Bryan is amazing, Samoa Joe is amazing, Seth Rollins is probably the best in the business, but I’d want to face Hulk Hogan or Kurt Angle.  That’s it for me.”last_img read more


first_imgCOAST Guard officials had to go to the aid of a tourist again today – after he was badly bitten by a dog.It’s the first reported incident of its kind in Malin Head this year.But it follows several incidents in the same area last year when FOUR tourists were bitten in separate incidents. That sparked a Garda probe.In a statement today, the Irish Coast Guard had to warn tourists going to Malin Head to be particularly careful.“People should be aware of this incident and several other incidents last year,” said a spokesperson.Tourists have been flocking to Ireland’s most northerly point this year – especially since more than 40 dolphins have taken up residence in the waters off the local beach. It brings to five the known number of incidents involving foreign visitors to the area.In August last year a Spanish tourist had to be taken to hospital after suffering horrific bite injuries.Then two Italian tourists ran to the Coast Guard station for help after also being attacked.That followed an incident last July in which Belgian tourist arrived in Malin town seeking help. He had horrendous leg injuries after being mauled.Gardai are probing the latest attack. Dolphins in the water at Malin head today. Tourists have been flocking there to see them.ANGER AS ANOTHER TOURIST SAVAGED BY A DOG AT MALIN HEAD was last modified: July 25th, 2014 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:bitecoast guarddog attackdolphinsdonegaldonegal daily newsInishowen NewsMalin Headrescuelast_img read more