- Chelsea are unlikely to allow the pair of Eden Hazard and Callum Hudson-Odoi leave Stamford Bridge in the summer
- Both attackers are dreaming of moves away to Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in the summer
- Chelsea chiefs are keen on keeping at least one of the two of stars ahead of the two-window transfer ban from FIFA
Chelsea are not ready to let Eden Hazard leave for Real Madrid without making plans for the future and have identified Callum Hudson-Odoi as a potential despite interest from Bayern Munich.
The Sun claim eggheads of the Premier League campaigners are keen on keeping one of then this summer.
The Stamford Bridge dwellers are likely to stick with the 18-year-old Hudson-Odoi despite deadlock in seeing him extend his stay in west London beyond 2020.
Bundesliga giants Bayern see the England youngster as part of their future project after failing to reach the quarterfinals of the Champions League courtesy of Liverpool’s defeat last week.
Already, the Bavarians have tested Chelsea with a £35m bid during the winter transfers and are reportedly making plans to break the bank for the Premier League youngster.
Ligue 1 champions Paris-Saint Germain are keeping vigil on Hudson-Odoi despite starting more Chelsea games in the FA Cup and Europa League this term.
At the last count, Hudson-Odoi netted five times and created four assists, a performance Bayern and PSG queuing up for his signature.
Interestingly, the Blues are still battling issues concerning a two-window transfer ban from FIFA, a major worry at the club as summer transfer season approaches.
The Sun hinted that Real Madrid will table a £70m with Zinedine Zidane finally back at the Los Blancos for a second spell.
The Frenchman is a big fan of the Belgium captain and could insist on Hazard other than Real president Florentino Perez’s choice Neymar.
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Maurizio Sarri says Chelsea won't force Hazard to stay if he prefers Real Madrid.
The re-appointment of Zinedine Zidane as Real Madrid manager just 10 months after quitting from the same position has put Hazard's future at Stamford Bridge in doubt.
The Chelsea star has been a long term target for Madrid, with the La Liga giants tipping Hazard to succeed Cristiano Ronaldo at the club.
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