Paris Saint-Germain to make €75m Eden Hazard offer

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Paris Saint-Germain are gearing up to make a monster €75 million bid for Chelsea ace Eden Hazard, according to reports in France.

The Belgian winger was one of the stars of the 2013/14 Premier League campaign, scoring 14 goals in 35 league appearances to help him win the PFA Young Player of the Year award.

Despite that there have been some suggestions that he could leave Chelsea this summer. Following the Blues' Champions League exit against Atletico Madrid he hit out at Jose Mourinho's negative tactics - which prompted the Special One to come back with his own barbed remark.

"He is not the kind of player ready to sacrifice himself 100% for the team," said the Chelsea boss last month.

That has seemingly opened the door for Paris Saint-Germain to make their move, with France Football reporting that talks between Hazard's agent and owner Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani.

They add that a whopping €75 million offer is about to be made to Chelsea, while they are also willing to hand Hazard a contract worth an eye-watering €15 million-per-year contract - which would put him on par with Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

Crucially they add that Hazard is keen on swapping Stamford Bridge for the Parc des Prince.

While the Blues are unlikely to consider selling one of their best players, it is likely to be a busy summer in west London.

Ashley Cole, Frank Lampard and David Luiz have already left the club, while Diego Costa is expected to arrive shortly.

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