Chelsea forward, Eden Hazard has reportedly said he would do anything to complete his move to the Santiago Bernabeu this summer.
The Belgian has been a subject of a heavy transfer to Real Madrid since last summer with the Spanish giants ready to acquire the Chelsea play maker for an asking price of hundred million pounds.
According to the Telegraph, Hazard is ready to play hardball over a move if the Blues don’t lower their £100 million asking price.
The paper suggests that Hazard will refuse to sign any new contract offered, even if his club threaten to take him into the final year of his current deal.
Eden Hazard produced one of his best displays in a Chelsea shirt on Monday night when he inspired his club to a 2-0 win against West Ham.
The tricky Belgian scored both goals and his first will be long remembered by those who witnessed it.
After picking the ball up on the halfway line, Hazard weaved his way in between five Hammers defenders and into the box, before sweeping the ball past Lukasz Fabianski.
He celebrated scoring that spectacular solo goal with a trademark knee slide, before wrapping up the game late on with a second strike.
The winger made all the difference on Monday night and his performance had West Ham fans chanting ‘Eden Hazard, he’s off to Madrid’ throughout the match.
Reports from Spain suggest Real are close to finally securing his services in a near £100 million deal that could be finalised as early as this week.
After the game though, Hazard came out and suggested that the visiting supporters were wrong to chant that and claimed that he’s focused on Chelsea until the end of the season.
That means Chelsea could be forced to accept an offer this summer, even if it’s not quite one that matches their valuation.
With Hazard showing no intention of signing a new deal, the Londoners would lose him on a free in just over 12 months’ time – with a risk of him going to an English rival