Real Madrid and Chelsea are close to finalising deals for two players in a separate transfer, according to report.
Real Madrid is interested in Eden Hazard over the past summer and they are close to complete a move for the Belgian attacker while Chelsea is also interested in the services of Los Blancos star Matteo Kovacic as the deal of the Croatian midfielder will not be affected by the ban meted out to Chelsea by FIFA, but they won't be able to register new players.
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Chelsea delayed the deal for Hazard due to the fact that they were pushing for Champions League for the next season and they were able to achieve that feat on Sunday as the Belgian attacker played his last Premier League game at home.
Chelsea is also pushing for a chance to play in the Europa League final Eintracht Frankfurt in the second leg of the Europa and Hazard could deliver the Europa League trophy to Chelsea fans before he signed for Real Madrid.
It has been reported that Hazard has agreed on terms with Real Madrid but Chelsea is yet to give a reasonable valuation to Los Blancos directors considering the fact that he is in the last year of his contract.
Real Madrid is unwilling to pay above 100 million which Chelsea is demanding.