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Garcia confused by Hazard talk

Lille boss Rudi Garcia says he could not understand why Eden Hazard would want to sign for Paris St Germain.

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Hazard, 20, has been linked with the likes of Arsenal, Real Madrid and Barcelona, but it was reported in France this week that he is now keen on a move to PSG.

However, Lille have already insisted that the player will not be sold and Garcia feels a move to the newly-rich Ligue 1 side would be a "step backwards".

Garcia told L'Equipe: "We had a chat before his holiday and we will have another one on Sunday. Hazard has acquired a certain status in Lille. We are in the Champions League as well. He will be even more influential.

"I wouldn't understand a transfer to PSG. Certainly next season it would be step backwards. It seems a lot more interesting playing Champions League football with the French champions."

Meanwhile, France midfielder Benoit Pedretti has completed his move to Lille from Auxerre.

Pedretti, who signed a three-year deal, said: "I am delighted to join a club that has just won two trophies and has high expectations for the future.

"This season promises to be particularly exciting with Champions League football to come. I was close to coming here last season but I ended up staying with Auxerre. Joining LOSC is a great opportunity for me so this time I took it."


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