- Eden Hazard has been rumoured to leave Real Madrid after just one season in La Liga
- The Belgian international is set to be involved in a sensational swap deal for Mbappe
- Hazard has been subjected to series of injury problems since his summer arrival from Chelsea
Eden Hazard could be on his way out of Real Madrid after just one season as Los Blancos are looking to make a sensational swap deal for Kylian Mbappe, reports claim.
According to Spanish news media outlet Diario Gol, the former Chelsea star who has endured an injury-plagued season is set to be put on the line for Paris Saint-Germain star Mbappe.
Reports claim the France international is not ready to leave the French who retained the Ligue 1 title and is ready to play another season at Parc Des Princes.
Mbappe is also willing to help the club lift their first Champions League title in their history as they remain in strong contention in this season's competition.
However, it is understood that the 21-year-old wants to be able to leave the French capital without having any issue with the club.
Real Madrid are reportedly willing to sacrifice Hazard for the former Monaco star who they made an £88million bid for last summer.
It is understood that Madrid chiefs are not fully satisfied with Hazard's spending lengthy spells on the sidelines in his debut season in La Liga.
The Belgian captain completed a £150million move from Stamford Bridge last summer but arrived for pre-season overweight shortly after helping Chelsea lift the Europa League last term.
But Hazard returned fitter after the lockdown which has impressed coach Zinedine Zidane but it is claimed the Madrid hierarchy have no issue with using Hazard to lower Mbappe's price in summer 2021.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Nigerian football star Victor Osimhen has been linked with a move to two top Premier League outfits this summer.
The 21-year-old was lethal in his first season in the French League, scoring 18 goals and six assists in 38 appearances across competitions for Lille.
He was brought in by Les Dogues from Sporting Charleroi as a replacement for Ivorian star Nicolas Pepe who joined the Gunners in the club's record fee valued around £72 million.
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