Barcelona vs Real Madrid : El Clasico 2019 Barcelona and Real Madrid lock horns in the first of three Clasico clashes in the space of 25 days on Wednesday night. The Spanish giants face one another in the first leg of their Copa dey Rey semi-final at Camp Nou, with the kick-off scheduled for 8pm GMT. There have been six
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Barcelona vs Real Madrid Live Stream : How to Watch El Clasico 2019 Free On HD ChannelBarcelona and Real Madrid lock horns in the first of three Clasico clashes in the space of 25 days on Wednesday night.
The Spanish giants face one another in the first leg of their Copa dey Rey semi-final at Camp Nou, with the kick-off scheduled for 8pm GMT.
UK based fans have been unable to watch the previous rounds of the competition, but streaming service Eleven Sports have acquired the rights to broadcast this, and the rest of the remaining Copa del Rey matches – including the second leg on February 27, and both matches between Real Betis and Valencia, the other semi-final.
Matches can be viewed either on an app (Android or iOS) or via the Eleven Sports website, www.elevensports.uk, although fans will need to sync their telephones, tablets or computers to a television in order to watch games on TV.
Eleven Sports will also be showing the Spanish giants’ league clash on March 2, which means it is offering three El Clasicos at £5.99 a month now, with that price dropping to £4.99 on March 1.Click here for more information.Live Updates11 minutes agoChelsea to demand £100m+ from Real Madrid for Hazard
Real Madrid’s preparations for the Clasico may have been distracted by the news that Eden Hazard has made a decision on his future after being strongly linked with the Belgian star. Here’s Simon Johnson with the details..
Chelsea will demand more than £100million from Real Madrid if they try to sign Eden Hazard this summer.
Hazard has put his future at Stamford Bridge into more doubt after giving an interview to RMC Sport where he said: “I know what I’m going to do, I have decided.”
It is understood the 28-year-old wants to push ahead with plans to move to the Santiago Bernabeu. Chelsea will not let him go without a fight, however, and are putting a huge price tag on his head — even though his contract runs out next year. They have been prepared to offer well in excess of £300,000 a week to ensure he remains at Stamford Bridge.
Hazard, who has delayed any further talks over a new contract until the end of this campaign, revealed after the World Cup last summer that he wanted to leave. At the time, Real decided not to make an official offer because the Blues had intimated it could cost up to £200m for them to buy Hazard.
The Belgium international is enjoying one of his best seasons at Chelsea. He is the fourth top scorer in the Premier League with 12 goals and has made the most assists in the top flight with 10.
Chelsea have not given up hope of convincing him to stay, but will not let him run his contract down and leave on a free. Last week manager Maurizio Sarri said: “Eden is 28. If he wants to go, I think he has to go. Of course, I hope the opposite. He has the potential to be the best player in Europe.”
There are still some question marks over whether Hazard is Real’s first-choice target for the summer. The La Liga club are determined to spend big after struggling in the title race in Spain — they are eight points behind leaders Barcelona. Real are still believed to covet Paris Saint-Germain duo Neymar and Kylian Mbappe but Hazard will be an easier transfer to do, despite Chelsea’s high valuation.
Hazard was subject of an enquiry from Barcelona last summer but he rejected it. The attacking midfielder is only interested in a switch to Real Madrid and if it does not materialise he will seek to stay at Chelsea.
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