Eden Hazard is believed to keen on leaving his club at the end of this season. And Chelsea will not stand in Eden Hazard's way and are ready to let him join Real Madrid even if they are handed a transfer ban. That means it will provide the Spanish side to pay their asking price.
The Belgian only has one year left on his current contract with the West London club and has been heavily linked with a move to Los Blancos. It was widely known that Zinedine Zidane has made Eden Hazard his top targets for the next summer transfer market. Furthermore, Eden Hazard himself also mentioned on several occasions that he dreamed of playing with such the Spanish giant.
But there had been a suggestion that The Blues would hang on to Eden Hazard for one more year if their appeal against a two-window transfer ban was rejected, even if it meant losing him for nothing at the end of the next season.
Chelsea has now believed will not prevent Eden Hazard for leaving Stamford Bridge, but Real Madrid still needs to meet Chelsea's asking price. Live casino Malaysia is reported will permit Eden Hazard to join Real Madrid regardless as not getting a fee for the 28-year-old would have big repercussions for their FInancial Fair Play figures.
Chelsea Has No Other Choice But To Cash Out
The Blues demand at least 87 million pounds for Eden Hazard despite only having 12 months left on his deal. The club is believed will look to reinvest those funds into the squad once they are able to sign players again. According to the report, Eden Hazard will go to Spain with the blessing of everyone at the club as he's been a loyal servant to Chelsea during his seven years at Stamford Bridge.
Chelsea's manager Maurizio Sarri also had stated that he cannot make Eden Hazard stays if the player himself is willing to leave. Bue The Blues had hoped to convince Eden Hazard to sign a contract extension, but when he made it clear he would not commit to a new deal the club felt they had to cash in, partly out of respect for his service and partly because they need the money.
The West London club have spent big in recent years as they signed close to 200 million pounds combined on Jorginho, world's most expensive goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga and Christian Pulisic. They would risk breaching UEFA's FFP regulation if they do not bring in a significant amount of money from player sales and losing Eden Hazard for free next summer would severely damage their ability to rebuild after his exit.