Chelsea star Eden Hazard house hunting in Spain ahead of Real Madrid transfer


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The Belgium international is expected to quit Chelsea this summer in favour of a move to La Liga.
And according to ESPN, Hazard wants his dream Real Madrid move finalised as soon as possible.
The winger is so intent on joining Real he’s already looking at houses and school options in Madrid.
ESPN add that Chelsea are refusing to sell Hazard for below his value, despite him being keen to go.
Chelsea ace Eden Hazard is already house hunting in Spain ahead of his move to Real Madrid
The Blues are demanding around £100m for the 28-year-old, who is out of contract next summer.
ESPN also say that Hazard has told Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia to sort the move as quickly as possible.
While the Blues are resigned to losing Hazard this summer, Chelsea will only sell if the deal is in their best interests.
Agreeing personal terms with Hazard should not be a problem for Real.
Chelsea news: Eden Hazard is already house hunting in Spain ahead of his move to Real Madrid
Chelsea news: Eden Hazard is already house hunting in Spain ahead of his move to Real Madrid (Image: GETTY)

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Chelsea found out this week their transfer ban for the next two windows will be upheld.
The Blues released a seating statement following FIFA’s decision to uphold their ban.
It read: “Chelsea FC has today received the decision of the FIFA Appeal Committee.
“The club notes that the FIFA Appeal Committee has decided to partially uphold the appeal lodged by Chelsea FC against the decision of the FIFA Disciplinary Committee.
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Chelsea news: Will Maurizio Sarri sell Eden Hazard? (Image: GETTY)
“However, the club is very disappointed that the transfer ban of two consecutive registration periods was not overturned.
“Chelsea FC categorically refutes the findings of the FIFA Appeal Committee. It acted in accordance with the relevant regulations and will appeal the decision to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).”
The Blues are back in action on Sunday in the final day of the Premier League season, with Maurizio Sarri’s men travelling to Leicester.

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