Hazard is reportedly edging closer to a Stamford Bridge return after failing to impress since joining Real Madrid
Real Madrid are now keen to let Hazard leave the country capital should a suitable deal arrive.
Chelsea are considered the most likely destination for the 30-year-old as his current predicament makes it less likely other clubs will want to have him on their wage bill.
Hazard earns €450k per week with the Spanish Giants and looking at the tight La Liga financial rules, Real Madrid are looking eager to get him off their wage list so as to be able to accommodate new players.
His €100m move to Spain has failed Real Madrid so much as he has spent most of his days out on injury leaving the former UCL champions with no other option than to urgently want him out.
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According to the CIES estimation machine, Eden Hazard’s transfer value has crumbled so badly that it currently sits around €10m to €15m.
This makes him a cheaper target for clubs but only those who are willing to risk his injury-prone state can approach for a bid.
Following reports in the past, its believed that Chelsea remain the only destination should he leave Santiago Bernabeu.
Having sold him for a huge sum, resigning him for a lesser amount won’t be a bad idea for the club.
But Real Madrid have told earlier that they would be willing to sell Hazard for €45m.
Blues are yet to present an official offer to resign Hazard.