Chelsea star Eden Hazard makes stunning revelation about joining Real Madrid

Chelsea star Eden Hazard makes stunning revelation about joining Real Madrid

Chelsea star Eden Hazard makes stunning revelation about joining Real Madrid

Barcelona have reportedly been told Eden Hazard wants to leave Chelsea this summer after the Catalan giants made first contact with his representatives as they attempt to sign the Belgium worldwide.

Real Madrid are preparing to submit a £150million transfer offer for Eden Hazard.

Chelsea have been unable to tie him to a new £300,000-per-week contract and last month Hazard challenged the club to make signings before he would commit.

Hazard also said that he is focusing on the World Cup for now, where he has been one of the standout talents scoring twice and providing two assists. Further, the £100 million that they received from Juventus can be perfectly reinvested by signing Hazard.

Chelsea will resist any move to lure Hazard away, but may feel a £150m offer is too good to turn down.

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Enrique will also be taking over a team without key captain Andres Iniesta, who has retired from worldwide football. The former Barcelona manager has signed a two-year contract to take charge of his country.

Without him in the side, it's hard to see where Chelsea's creativity and guile would come from.

The Catalan giants are reportedly looking to bring in a number of reinforcements ahead of the 2018/19 campaign, with a view to giving Ernesto Valverde a more complete squad than he had last season, perhaps to give them a better chance of winning the UEFA Champions League.

So it will come as a pleasant surprise to Blues fans that the rumours circulating about Hazard and Barcelona are not what they seem.

The Daily Mirror say Antonio Conte, whose sacking is expected to be confirmed later today, turned down an approach from Real Madrid this summer in order to hold out for a £9m pay-off from Chelsea.

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