Eden Hazard's move to Real Madrid suffers setback over transfer fee

Eden Hazard's move to Real Madrid suffers setback over transfer fee

- Eden Hazard confirmed he would leave Chelsea this summer after helping them Europa League title

- The Belgian playmaker has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid with one more season on his Blues contract

- Los Blancos have however failed to reach a deal with the Stamford Bridge outfit for the player

Eden Hazard's summer transfer to Real Madrid may fail to see the light of day after talks between the La Liga giants and Chelsea reportedly collapsing.

Hazard looks set to leave Stamford Bridge this summer after confirming his imminent exit during the Europa League final.

Real Madrid are understood to be in a pole position to land the services of the Belgian playmaker after club chief executive Jose Angel Sanchez flying to London to complete the deal on Monday, June 3.

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However, the transfer appears to have hit a stumbling block, with the UK Mirror reporting Sanchez left without a deal being struck between the two clubs.

Madrid were keen to have the deal sealed before Hazard reporting for international duty with Belgium on Tuesday, June 4.

Chelsea are said to be demanding around £115 million for the forward, but Madrid do not seem open to meet the valuation.

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Despite having a year left on his current deal with the Blues, Hazard is still expected to depart the west London club this summer.

Meanwhile, Madrid have already completed their first big money move after Luka Jovic joining from Eintracht Frankfurt for £60 million.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Belgium international Eden Hazard is close to agreeing personal terms with Real Madrid over a possible move to the Spanish capital this summer.

The 28-year-old, who joined Chelsea from Lille in a deal around £32 million in 2012, has just one more year on his current deal with the club.

He has however been offered an improved contract to extend his stay at the Stamford Bridge, but the attacker turned them down a deal to become the highest-paid player in Premier League history.

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