According to report coming from Spain, La Liga giants Real Madrid appears to be handed a huge boost in raise to sign Chelsea and Belgium forward Eden Hazard.
Report via Don Balon claims the Los Blancos could be about to sign the Belgium international with a fee of €50m plus Isco to finally seal the transfer of Hazard.
The report also adds that the 13th-time UCL winners values Isco at around €80, thus making the total amount for Hazard to Real Madrid near to €130m, which appears a good bargain given just how good the winger actually is.
Hazard has been one of the best players on the planet so far this season, with the Belgian being one of few players in Europe’s top five leagues to clock up doubles figures in both goals and assists this term.
The 28-year-old has been Chelsea’s star man this year, with the player’s consistently-brilliant displays being one of the main reasons why the west London side are still in the hunt for the top four.
Isco has found himself largely out of favour at Real ever since Santiago Solari took over back in October, and it looks like he could be offered a way out of the club in the near future if this report is anything to go by.
As per Don Balon’s report, Hazard’s contract is set to expire in the summer of 2020, something that means Chelsea may genuinely want to go through with this deal in order to avoid the risk of losing the Belgian on a free in 18 months time.