Eden Hazard's contract details for potential £100m move to Real Madrid

Chelsea FC v Huddersfield Town - Premier League

Chelsea have had a rather up and down season under Maurizio Sarri, with the Italian firing out of the blocks going 18 unbeaten in all competitions.

However since then, Chelsea have had harrowing losses to Manchester City (6-0) and Everton (2-0) as well Sarri causing an unbridled amount of tension due to his antics and controversial decisions.

The Blues currently sit in fifth place just a point of third placed Tottenham and an insurmountable gap of 19 points behind them and league leaders Liverpool.

Despite a topsy-turvy campaign, one player who has stood strong and performed consistently throughout is Eden Hazard.

The Belgian has wowed Chelsea fans with 13 goals and 11 assists in the league this season, topping the charts in both categories for his club and even topping the assists chart for the league as a whole.

The 28-year-old has been at the West London side since 2012, scoring 106 goals in 341 appearances thus far.

However, the lack of trophies in recent years has naturally led to rumours that Hazard would be seeking further success elsewhere.

One club that have been keeping a close eye on the Belgian is Real Madrid.

Chelsea FC v Brighton & Hove Albion - Premier League

The Spanish side have not had the best of seasons by any means, suffering an early exit from the Champions League and currently sitting third in La Liga behind arch-rivals Atletico Madrid and Barcelona.

It has been reported that the transfer fee would be around the £100 million mark for Hazard, but the Sun has now revealed what Madrid are willing to pay the man himself.

Los Blancos are willing to go to great lengths to snatch the Belgian from Chelsea's grasp with a whopping six-year deal worth £110 million - surely an invite Hazard simply cannot turn down.

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The Chelsea winger has certainly been noticed by Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane and looks to be the top target to potentially replace a disillusioned Gareth Bale.

"He’s a player I have always appreciated. He is fantastic," ZIdane said during a recent press conference.

"I will not give my personal opinion about what may happen because the season has not ended. He has played in France, I have watched him a lot and I know him personally."

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