Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, is prepared to offer Belgian winger, Eden Hazard, as part of deal for Juventus defender, Leonardo Bonucci, according to reports from The Sun.
The red-top claims that the Italian has made his compatriot his top target as he looks to further bolster the Blues back-line, and it looks as if he’ll stop at nothing to land a deal for the centre-half.
The Old Lady reportedly want a record-breaking fee for the £60m rated man, as well as out-of-favour midfielder, Cesc Fabregas. However, the report claims that Conte will offer less money and the 25-year-old winger instead.
Unfortunately for the former Italy boss, his successor at the Juventus Stadium, Max Allegri, would prefer the former Arsenal and Barcelona midfielder as he suits their style more and could help the Italian champions recover from the loss of Paul Pogba.
Hazard, who was named the PFA Players’ Player of the Year in the title winning 2014/15 season, has scored 57 goals in 215 appearances for the Blues since arriving from Lille in 2012.
With such an impressive record, it may seem foolish to some to let the Belgium international go. What do you think? Have your say below…