Real Madrid Put N25 Billion Price Tag on Top Superstar Who Wants Move to Chelsea

Real Madrid Put N25 Billion Price Tag on Top Superstar Who Wants Move to Chelsea

- Eden Hazard is ready to leave Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid this summer

- The Belgian has not been impressive since he joined Los Blancos from Chelsea

- Chelsea will be facing Manchester City in the final of the Champions League

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Days after losing the Spanish La Liga title to rivals Atletico Madrid, Real Madrid chiefs are reportedly ready to sell Belgian forward Eden Hazard this summer with the player himself said to be ready to return to the Premier League.

Back in 2019, Eden Hazard made a big money move to Real Madrid from Chelsea where he won the Europa League title with the Blues before he left.

Before leaving the Stamford Bridge landlords, Eden Hazard was in great form for Chelsea and was even rated as one of the best wingers in the world.

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However, Eden Hazard has not been able to produce superb performances for Real Madrid since he joined them no thanks to all the injury problems he had.

According to the report on Sun UK and Football London, Eden Hazard is already ready to leave Real Madrid this summer for a return to Chelsea.

On a serious note, Chelsea have not missed the Belgian considering their performance since he left reaching the FA Cup and Champions League finals this season.

The attacker spent seven seasons in West London and enjoyed huge success helping them to lift two Premier League titles, the FA Cup and the Europa League twice.

Meanwhile, there are other players Real Madrid are said to be preparing to offload this summer.

Eden Hazard.
Eden Hazard in action for Spanish giants Real Madrid. Photo by Diego Souto
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Earlier, had reported how Atletico Madrid won their 11th La Liga title following their 2-1 comeback win against Real Valladolid who also got relegated from the Spanish topflight division.

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The Rojiblancos won their third league title under their manager Diego Simeone but had to wait until the last matchday to confirm their status as champions of Spain.

Real Madrid also came back from a goal down to defeat Villarreal 2-1 but it was not enough to confirm Los Blancos to retain their title.

Oscar Plano put Valladolid ahead in the 15th minute as their hopes of surviving the drop received a massive boost.

But At the Alfredo di Stefano, there were good news for Simeone's side as Villarreal got their noses in from following a strike from Yeremi Pino in the 20th minute.


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