But Hazard believes Madrid are still an attractive destination for any footballer in the world, even without legend Zidane at the helm.
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"I think Eden is in a great moment of his career", Martinez said before the tournament.
With six goals so far at the World Cup, Kane looks a dead cert to take home a golden boot, and after over 100 Premier League goals in just five seasons, he is said to be an "excellent replacement".
"But I'm also doing well in blue so staying wouldn't bother me".
Whilst Hazard also revealed that he has spoken with French teenager Kylian Mbappé during the World Cup and talked of his admiration of the PSG attacker. The Portuguese has mainly stood out for his goals with Los Blancos, and for all of Hazard's abilities, he's not someone who routinely scores 25 goals or more per season.