Real Madrid plot Isco and Kovacic offer for Chelsea's Eden Hazard

Real Madrid plot Isco and Kovacic offer for Chelsea's Eden Hazard

- Real Madrid are plotting a new deal to see Chelsea's Eden Hazard head to Spain

- The Belgium captain netted twice as Chelsea returned to winning ways against Watford on Boxing Day

- Hazard has one and half years left on his current contract at Chelsea and Real Madrid could moving be on the move

Spanish giants Real Madrid are willing to offer Chelsea the pair of Isco and Mateo Kovacic as they continue plot to seal a deal for Eden Hazard.

According to a Daily Mail report citing Spanish news outlet Onda Cero, Los Blancos are tabling two midfielders in a bid to persuade the Blues to sell their prized playmaker.

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The report further explained that the Santiago Bernabéu dwellers are ready to part ways with Mateo Kovacic — who is already on season-long loan at Chelsea alongside La Roja star Isco in a move to force Chelsea sell Hazard to them.

Interestingly, the Belgium captain Hazard, who has been repeatedly linked with a switch to the La Liga giants netted twice as Chelsea beat Watford 2-1 on Boxing Day.

Speaking after the game at Vicarage Road, Hazard, claims he “wants to be a (Chelsea) legend like (Frank) Lampard, (Didier) Drogba.

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“(The 101 goals) mean a lot especially because we won today.

“One-hundred-and-one goals with this amazing club is something I will never forget!

“Now I think me, the fans and players want more. I want to score more goals for the club and want to be a legend like (Frank) Lampard, (Didier) Drogba and try to be my best.

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My target is to score goals and try to win the game. I try to do my best and today I did well,” he summed up.

Meanwhile, previously had reported had reported Eden Hazard netted his 100th and 101st goals as Chelsea maintain fourth position in the Premier League with a 2-1 Boxing Day victory over Watford at Vicarage Road.

The match was an evenly contested game but Maurizio Sarri's men created the better chances in the opening exchanges.

The match took an astonishing turn in injury time of the first half as two goals were scored within the space of three minutes. ( -> We have updated to serve you better.

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