Hazard future in doubt as Real Madrid make Isco the main man

A fan favourite set to remain at Chelsea

A fan favourite set to remain at Chelsea

The Blues have finally put forward a price tag on their most valuable asset Eden Hazard which could potentially see him leave as the most expensive player.

The west London side finished in fifth place in the Premier League table last term and won the FA Cup in Antonio Conte's second campaign in charge.

Chelsea have recently secured the services of a keeper in the shape of Rob Green, who arrived at the club on a free transfer, signing a one-year contract. This will also lead to a hard summer as key players will want to leave Stamford Bridge in order to play the prestigious competition.

Sky Sports News have reported this afternoon that the Stamford Bridge club want the Everton man to replace Thibaut Courtois between the sticks should he make a mooted departure for La Liga and Real Madrid. However, it now looks likely that Hazard will be at Chelsea next season despite all of the rumours.

Real Madrid are reportedly ready to cool their interest in Eden Hazard.

He's now, though, moved atop a list of Chelsea targets for the positions ahead of Kasper Schmeichel and and Jack Butland according to these reports.

However, reports in Spain this morning have suggested that Chelsea will not get an opportunity to rebuff any offers, with AS reporting that the 13 time European champions have ruled out making a move for the 27-year-old.

With summer transfer window inching closer towards closing stages, Chelsea has failed to attract some major signings this season.

If we are to sell Hazard, we are looking at a fee of £180million.

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