Real Madrid considering fresh €100 million bid for Chelsea’s Eden Hazard

It is no longer news that Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard wants quit England and play for Real Madrid, but it remains to be seen whether the Spanish club will be willing to invest 100 million euros next summer to make the Belgian’s dream a reality.

Hazard made his intentions known even during the World Cup and his agents contacted Los Blancos to make them aware of the opportunity.

However, after the Belgian’s outstanding performance for his country in Russia, Chelsea decided to increase his price tag to 150 million euros, which Real deemed to be excessive.

The European champions did consider a deal, but eventually decided that, with the signings of Brazilian starlets Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo, along with the emergence of Marco Asensio, the team was in good shape for the future.

The problem came when Hazard started the season in scintillating form and in stark contrast to the struggles of Julen Lopetegui’s side.

Los Blancos are set to reassess the situation over the coming months and while the 27-year-old is clearly interested, they are unwilling to part ways with more than 100 million euros.

The Belgian’s current contract expires in 2020 which may well help the Madrid club in their negotiations and they also must consider what could happen with players like Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema, whose futures could affect the move.

There is no doubt that president Florentino Perez sees Paris Saint-Germain’s Neymar as his number one target but it remains to be seen whether the Brazilian star is a viable option.

Hazard is wanted by the board and the coaching staff as they think he would flourish in the Spanish capital and are encouraged by his desire to make the move, but will not be held to ransom for a player whose contract will run out in 2020.

Real Madrid managed to agree a good deal for Thibaut Courtois last summer because of his similar contract situation, however, his fellow compatriot is clearly worth far more at the moment and it will take a much higher fee to release him from the Stamford Bridge club.

Chelsea insist that their star man will sign a new contract in the weeks ahead but it seems clear that money is not a factor for Hazard, who has resisted a number of lucrative proposals, both internally and externally, in recent times.

His priority is clear: he wants his move to Real Madrid and it won’t be long before we find out if the Spanish giants feel the same.Whatever happens, neither Hazard nor Los Blancos are considering a deal in the winter transfer window.

The winger is determined to leave Chelsea on good terms and is desperate to win the Premier League in what may turn out to be his final year in London.

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