When Real announced the return of Zidane at the helm, reports surfaced that the Madrid club were going to start their bidding at around £70m. "I don't want to lie, it is my dream since I was a kid". It is a hard decision.
Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri has said he is "not worried" about the possibility of Hazard leaving, saying he only wants players "who want to play for Chelsea".
It is understood that Madrid representatives have already flown to London for talks about the attacker and their manager Zinedine Zidane could be a big factor in trying to get the deal over the line.
Hazard, who has been on the radar of the Spanish giants for quite some time, will be growing increasingly frustrated at his Chelsea sides poor performances in the Premier League.
And now it seems Real have made their move. The French superstar signed a new five year contract in November and earns around 290,000 pounds a week so Real would need to at the very least triple the 32 million pound Chelsea paid for Kante in 2016. It is believed that Chelsea will accept no less than £100m for their star man though, and if a deal is struck Hudson-Odoi would be insisted to stay.
Hazard has spent nearly seven years at Stamford Bridge, but the 28-year-old is likely to leave the Blues ahead of the next campaign if he does not extend his contract past 2020.
If they are able to complete the signings for both players, Los Blancos would have a frightening team once again.
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