Eden Hazard offered £400,000 a week to join Spanish side Real Madrid

Eden Hazard offered £400,000 a week to join Spanish side Real Madrid

- Eden Hazard has been offered £400,000 a week deal to join Real Madrid

- His current contract at Chelsea will expire at the end of the next Premier League season

- Zinedine Zidane wants the Belgian to be part of his squad for next's season campaign

Spanish giants Real Madrid have reportedly offered Chelsea and Belgian football star Eden Hazard massive £400,000 a week deal after tax to leave Stamford Bridge this summer.

Eden Hazard is now expected to take home £20 million a year plus bonuses if he agrees to make a move this summer to Real Madrid according to UK Sun.

Chelsea are said to have told Real Madrid representatives that they will not block Eden Hazard's ways if he wants to leave the Blues, but Los Blancos must pay around £100m for his signature.

And with just a year to run on his current deal at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea must cash in now or lose the superstar for nothing in a year’s time.

The Blues are currently under two years ban to register new players, and they are waiting for the outcome of their appeal on the matter.

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Eden Hazard is said to be focused on helping the Blues to finish among the top four this season and also win the Europa League title.

Sarri's men are presently occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings with 67 points with three games to end the season.

This season in the Premier League, Eden Hazard has played 34 games scoring 16 goals for Chelsea

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Thibaut Courtois told Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid to sign Chelsea forward Eden Hazard ahead of Brazilian football star Neymar.

Since the departure of Portugal international Cristiano Ronaldo at the Bernabeu, Los Blancos' chiefs have been looking for a replacement for the ex Manchester United star.

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