Chelsea set £100 m Hazard price as £44 million offer accepted for Cagliari star Barella
Reports have claimed Real Madrid will allow both Isco and Mateo Kovacic to sign for Chelsea, when they complete a deal for Eden Hazard.
It is no secret in the media that Hazard has a dream to leave and make that big money move to Real Madrid at the end of the season, as he wants to help fulfil his dreams of winning the Champions League and Ballon D’Or titles.[the_ad id=”164″]
We may be one of the best clubs in world football, but they may struggle to get back into the top four this season with so much competition, and could spend another season in the Europa League, which is not what Hazard wants.
And despite the fact we have offered him a massive £300,000-a-week deal to stay, reports in the media have claimed that we have set a £100 million asking price for Hazard, that Madrid may be willing to pay, in sorts.
The Daily star website has claimed Madrid will allow Isco to leave if Hazard arrives in the summer, with speculation they have had enough of the Spaniard and his unimpressive performances over the seasons.
The Spanish giants will also reportedly allow Mateo Kovacic to make his loan move a permanent one in the summer, knowing the Croatian star would love to stay in London after impressing in the opening weeks of the season.
Meanwhile, we had a £44 million bid accepted for Cagliari star Nicolo Barella.[the_ad id=”164″]
Barella became a top transfer target for Maurizio Sarri during the January transfer window after the Blues allowed Cesc Fabregas to end his stay with the club and make a move to Monaco.
We did have a bid accepted by Cagliari, with both clubs ready to do business for £44 million. But the 21-year old midfielder reportedly rejected a move, according to the TMW website.
It is believed the young star wanted to stay in Italy for family reasons.
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