Eden Hazard reportedly agrees 5-year deal with Zidane to join Real Madrid

Eden Hazard reportedly agrees 5-year deal with Zidane to join Real Madrid

- Eden Hazard has reportedly met with Zinedine Zidane to agree to join Real Madrid

- Reports in Spain claim Hazard will earn £270,000 in the next five years at the Bernabeu

- The Belgium international's contract at Stamford Bridge is set to expire this season

Eden Hazard has reportedly agreed a five-year contract with Spanish giants Real Madrid worth £270,000-per-week, Spanish media reports.

Zinedine Zidane's return to the Santiago Bernabeu has made Hazard Real's prime target for next summer.

According to Spanish news media outlet OK Diario, the 28-year-old winger has agreed a five-year deal after speaking with Zidane one-on-one.

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Hazard’s deal at Stamford Bridge expires at the end of next season, and the Belgium international has also rejected to extend his stay with the west London side.

With the Blues two-year transfer ban, Chelsea chiefs are desperate to keep Hazard as they will be blocked from securing a replacement during the window.

Chelsea have set a £98million price tag on the attacker with the threat of losing Hazard for nothing in 2020, despite being a free agent.

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Real Madrid had initially launched a £68.5m offer to Chelsea, but the European champions were quickly turned by the Blues.

It is understood Hazard wishes to move to the Spanish capital next season, with the decision hugely influenced by his idol Zidane.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Chelsea captain Eden Hazard has aimed a dig at Thibaut Courtois after making a blunder in Belgium's 3-1 win over Russia in their Euro 2020 qualifiers.

The 26-year-old forced a move away from Stamford Bridge to join Real Madrid in August but his first season at the Bernabeu has been marked with series of school-boy errors.

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