Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard is reportedly planning to shun Real Madrid’s mega offer and sign a new contract with the Blues.
The 27-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to join Los Blancos despite having about two years on his current contract with the Stamford Bridge outfit.
He has been superb for the west Londoners since the start of the 2018-19 season – scoring seven goals and creating three assists in eight EPL games.
SunSport quoting Gazzetta dello Sport however report that the current FA Cup champions have offered the Belgian a new deal around £300,000-a-week.
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Although he admitted that he would have exited the club if Antonio Conte had remained head coach of the club.
Meanwhile, former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon claims Hazard is being held at Chelsea against his will.
He went on further to describe the situation to that of slave, urging the Blues to do the right thing by cashing in as soon as possible.
In a bizarre interview with BeIN Sports, Calderon said: “There is no point having a player with you if he doesn’t want [to be there].
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“Slavery was abolished a long time ago. Now the point is what Chelsea has decided to do, that will be a matter of money.”
Hazard has been stalling on a new contract all summer with Chelsea which has led to many questioning is future at Stamford Bridge.
But according to the Mirror Hazard has admitted he and his Belgian compatriot at Chelsea Thibaut Courtois are ready to tie down their future with the Blues.