Real Madrid to sign Chelsea's Eden Hazard if Neymar's deal fail this summer

Real Madrid to sign Chelsea's Eden Hazard if Neymar's deal fail this summer

- Los Blancos are still interested in signing Brazil star Neymar this summer

- The 26-year-old only completed a season at his present club PSG after joining them from Barcelona in 2017

- Madrid have now revealed that they will go for Chelsea forward Eden Hazard should they fail to sign the former Barcelona star

Spanish League giants Real Madrid might sign Chelsea star Eden Hazard this summer should they fail to land their number one target Neymar.

The Galacticos have been on the trail of the Brazilian superstar since he left his former club Barcelona in the summer of 2017.

However, it is unlikely they will have their wish granted by Paris Saint Germain - who are planning to hold on to their player beyond this summer.

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Los Blancos won the Champions League title three times on a bounce and are hoping add firepower to their attack ahead of the coming season.

Meanwhile, Hazard's dad, Thierry, was said to have eastablish contact with Real chiefs before their title winning clash against Liverpool, according to Marca.

He revealed to the La Liga outfit that his son has stalled on signing a new contract with the Stamford Bridge outfit as he ponders a departure to secure Champions League football next term.

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He told Le Soir just a few months ago: "Eden rejected extending his contract with Chelsea so that, when it comes, he can consider the interest of Real Madrid, where he'd fit in well."

Chelsea missed out on the top four and will play in the Europa League under Maurizio Sarri next term.

Real have long been linked with a move for Hazard, and the former Lille man has made no secret of his interest in making the switch.

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"If I have a good World Cup, things will be easier, but going to Madrid for the sake of it, no.

"Saying 'I'm off' would be too easy, that's why first I want to see what happens to Chelsea next season."

Hazard has shone at the World Cup, scoring twice in as many games to help Belgium to back-to-back group wins over Panama and Tunisia.

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The 27-year-old has won two Premier League titles, a Europa League and an FA Cup during his time in west London. preciously reported that Hazard vowed to remain at Chelsea after helping them to clinch the 2017/18 English FA Cup title in May.

Hazard has been linked with a move to Spanish side Real Madrid since last two years, and Los Blancos are ready to tempt the Blues with mega million move for lure him to Spain.

Despite not being impressive as Chelsea lost their Premier League title to Manchester City, Eden Hazard scored the goal that gave the Blues the FA Cup title on Saturday, May 19.

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