Chelsea’s Eden Hazard has had an eye-catching performance at Stamford Bridge thereby getting attention from various top clubs.
Real Madrid, according to Spanish publication Diario Gol, seems to be the most interested in the midfielder as they have approached the Blues for the possibility of a summer move.
This season has been rewarding for the 26-year-old, netting 11 goals and four assists accross all competition.

He has been an integral part of the Blues squad, he contributed a man of the match display in the 2-1 victory over West Ham on Monday night making the team leaders move 10 points clear of competition on the points table.

Hazard is undeniably one of the best in the game and a rare talent which would make him highly successful with Los Blancos should he eventually decide on a move there in the summer.
Chelsea would face strong opposition if they decide to sell Hazard, who has had a huge impact in London since his arrival.

According to Spanish reporter Paco Gonzalez, as quoted on Twitter by Tiempo de Juego (@tjcope), Isco and James Rodriguez future at the club would be a determinant in Madrid’s move for Hazard.

Rodriguez has expressed his wish to stay on at the Bernabeu severally, but might be tempted to leave in the summer if the right offer comes along considering he’s not made first team football under Zinedine Zidane.

Should Real cash in on either or both players, it would boost their coffers and enable them make an offer for Hazard after their inability to purchase players in recent times.