€60m bid could land Chelsea playmaker

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Paris Saint-Germain will need to pay in the region of €60million to bring Eden Hazard to the club, according to reports.

Le 10 Sport claims the Blues do not want to lose the Belgian playmaker, but will struggle to turn down such a big offer from the Ligue 1 champions.

PSG have been able to lure Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva to the club with aggressive offers in the past, and could look to repeat the trick for the former Lille starlet.

The report claims the French outfit are willing to use substantial resources to land the player, but Chelsea will certainly be a tough nut to crack in the transfer window.

Jose Mourinho isn’t short of funds at Stamford Bridge, with owner Roman Abramovich one of the original big-money backers following his takeover of the club back in 2003.

And, with the player under contract at Chelsea until 2017, the title challengers have plenty of time to consider their options – and could even offer him an extension, the paper claims.

Hazard has been one of the few first team regulars in ‘the special one’s’ side this season, featuring in 27 games in all competitions whilst the likes of Juan Mata and Oscar have endured spells on the bench in west London.

His happiness on the King’s Road might hold the key, and whilst PSG could offer unparalleled football riches at the Parc des Princes, life seems pretty rosy at Chelsea during Mourinho’s second reign.

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