Real Madrid have reportedly set their eyes over Chelsea ace Eden Hazard, according to the Sunday Times.
Hazard, 24, who won the footballer of the year last season, and it is believed that Los Blancos president Florentino Perez wouldn’t think twice about any price that the west London club ask for the Belgian midfielder.
The Blues won’t be in hurry to sell Hazard next summer as the midfielder has recently signed a new deal to remain at the Stamford Bridge and a large offer from European heavyweights are unlikely to tempt the Londoners to sell.
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It’s no surprise – the Spanish giants have the option of selling Cristiano Ronaldo to PSG, or Gareth Bale to Manchester United, in order to get the fund for Hazard’s signature.
Hazard scored 19 goals in 52 appearances for the Premier League champions in all competitions last season.