- Eden Hazard is close to joining signing an agreement with Real Madrid before the end of the season
- The Belgium international will reportedly travel to the Bernabeu to seal the deal in the coming days
- Hazard who has been linked to the Santiago Bernabeu outfit will sign a six-year deal with Los Blancos
Eden Hazard will reportedly agree a deal to leave Chelsea to join Real Madrid within the next few days.
The 28-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to the Santiago Bernabeu and it is now looking like a dream come true for him to join Los Blancos.
According to Spanish news media outlet, Chelsea and Madrid are close to reaching an agreement for the Belgian and he is set to travel to the Spanish capital to seal the deal.
Real manager Zinedine Zidane had the transfer signed off by the club last week after assessing his present squad and Hazard is set to sign a six-year deal.
Hazard was Madrid's prime target last season but the Spanish giants withdrew their interest when Chelsea set a huge asking price.
But Hazard has admitted it would be a dream to play for the La Liga giants and talking up future boss Zidane.
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"Me, you know me, I've always loved Real, even before (Zinedine) Zidane, we'll see what happens," he said in December.
"As I said, I'm already finishing this year with Chelsea, I still have a year of contract after this year, we'll see."
The feelings are certainly reciprocated, with Zidane hailed the "fantastic" attacking talent earlier this week.
”He's a player I have always appreciated," Zidane said.
”Everyone knows that. He has played in France, I have watched him a lot and I know him personally. He is a fantastic player."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Zinedine Zidane has revealed he fancies Eden Hazard amid Real Madrid links with the Chelsea star.
According to Daily Mail, the Frenchman is already thinking of summer transfers, with Real Madrid preparing to play host to Eibar at the Santiago Bernabeu on Saturday.
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