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Real Madrid contact Eden Hazard over a move to Spain

– Chelsea star Eden Hazard could be on his way to Real Madrid next year

– The Spanish club have reportedly contacted him over a move to Spain

– Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane wants Los Blancos to sign the Belgian midfielder

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has reportedly been contacted by Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane for the possibility of the Belgian star joining Los Blancos in January.

According to the report by Diario Gol, Frenchman Zinedine Zidane has been discussing with Eden Hazard and he has told him that he is wanted at Real Madrid.

Recently, Hazard spoke of his admiration for the Spanish club, but the 26-year-old star has two and a half year deal on his current contract at Stamford Bridge.

Real Madrid contact Eden Hazard over a move to Spain

Real Madrid contact Eden Hazard over a move to Spain (photo: Mirror)

The report also stated that Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane wants the club to tempt the Blues with a mega million deal that will convince them to sell Hazard.

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But it is not yet clear if Chelsea coach Antonio Conte would want to lose Eden Hazard in January considering the fact that the Belgian has been superb for the Blues this season.

Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Chelsea star Eden Hazard is reportedly interested in joining reigning Spanish and European League champions Real Madrid.

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Source: Sports.naija.ng

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