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Real Madrid Confident Of Landing Hazard - Agree Personal Terms

Real Madrid Confident Of Landing Hazard - Agree Personal Terms

Madrid have always been interested in Hazard with club president Florentino Perez a big admirer of the 24-year-old.

And former Arsenal defender Martin Keown believes Hazard, who is struggling after a recent back injury, will pack his bags if Chelsea's Premier League title challenge continues to falter.

The news cycle surrounding Chelsea never stops and as such, it can be hard to keep up to date with everything that's going on.

The Premier League side will demand at least €170million (£150million) for the 27-year-old. The Belgium global has found back of the net 10 times for both dethroned Premier League Champions and country by the start of October but the 27-year-old forward has failed to score for the Blues and World Cup third place in his last 11 matches.

Hazard has established himself as a leader in the Chelsea FC team following his move to Stamford Bridge from Lille in a big-money deal in the 2012 summer transfer window. In the end, the goalkeeper left for a fee of around £35million.

Hazard: Real Madrid reportedly agree terms with Chelsea man

Star Belgian midfielder Eden hazard next summer could move from Chelsea to real Madrid.

"The club is willing to sign a new contract immediately, but it's up to him if he wants to renew or not".

This rumour has been doing the rounds for a number of months now, with the Belgium global edging worryingly closer to the end of his contract at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea will reportedly still push ahead with plans to offer Fabregas a new long-term deal in the coming weeks. However, they are likely to offer him a four-year deal if he signs in the coming months.

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