Real Madrid and Chelsea on negotiation over Hazard

Real Madrid and Chelsea are negotiating the transfer of Eden Hazard with meetings in the English capital, such as Diario AS.

It is alleged that the winners of the Europa League have increased the asking price by the Belgian owner for €120m and have already agreed personal terms
between the player and Real Madrid.

The report states that Madrid general director José Ángel Sánchez will meet with Chelsea's top transfer negotiator Marina Granovskaia.

Hazard, 28, has been heavily linked to a move to the current European champions, with reports that he is currently hunting houses in the Spanish capital.

The brand previously reported a "full agreement" between all parties with the player to sign a six-year contract at Los Blancos.

"Yes, I think that's goodbye, it's time for a new challenge," Hazard told BT Sport after the Europa League final last week, while President Florentino Perez
 revealed in an interview with Onda Cero: "I have the impression that Eden Hazard will be coming this year.

"I am very comfortable in him coming to Real Madrid and I am very hopeful that he will come. He is one of the big names in the football world.

"As we are going to talk to a club that is playing a final (the Europa League), we have tried for several years that Hazard is a Madrid player, but we still
have not got it."

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