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Real Madrid Make First Bid For Hazard for £100m

Real Madrid Make First Bid For Hazard for £100m
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With former manager Zinedine Zidane having replaced S. Solari, the club at the moment are moving forward with their efforts to sign the Chelsea FC playmaker.

Los Blancos have made their intention known to secure the £100 million (about $132m) summer signing of Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard, as we understand. Their attraction for the Belgian shows the first appropriate contact before a possible summer move.

Real Madrid Make First Bid For Hazard for £100m

The appointment of  Zinedine Zidane as Solari’s replacement at the club might prove purposeful to make up the 28-year-old’s mind about joining the Los Blancos.

Eden Hazard has previously talked about a move to Madrid as a dream come true, with Real Madrid having often been linked with the Belgium superstar over the past few years.

Chelsea FC is demanding about £100m from the reigning Uefa champions, who are hoping to get the price tag slashed.

Los Blancos are eager to keep up a positive relationship with the London club in the negotiations on the price tag, as they simply did in the act of securing the signing of Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea in 2018.

Hazard is in a solid bargaining position over his future at Chelsea as his Blues contact goes into the last year.

The Club has struggled very hard to keep their superstar and also wished he renews his contract. He is currently the club’s highest-paid player in order to ensure that he finished his career at the club.

With the Los Blancos now reinforcing their strategies to sign Eden Hazard, Chelsea FC is set for something of a stormy summer.

The Blues also are hampered by the transfer ban which has been passed on to them by FIFA, which will commence in the summertime. Chelsea at this moment is seeking to appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).

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