Real Madrid has set a price limit for Chelsea star Eden Hazard ahead of the January transfer period, according to report in AS.
The European Champion is set to push for a move worth €120 million for the Belgian star during the winter.
The exit of Cristiano Ronaldo has affected Real Madrid and in no doubt, they have struggled to replicate the last season form.
Real Madrid aim to push Chelsea to the limit to sell one of their best players during the January window and on the other hand Hazard is unwilling to extend his stay with the Stafford Bridge giants.
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Hazard’s current deal will expire in the summer of 2020 and if he fails to extend his contract with Chelsea his value will drop and if the club keeps him for next season he might walk out of the club as a free agent.
With that in mind, the report claims that Madrid would be willing to pay around €80 million in the next summer transfer window.
Hazard case might end up just like This Courtois’ case who joined Real Madrid in cut-price in the crazy transfer market.
Hazard has claimed that he is open to a move to Real Madrid on several occasions but Chelsea is unwilling to let their star man leave without a fight.