Real Madrid have made a pre-contract agreement with Chelsea star Eden Hazard, according to Spanish outlet Ok Diario.
Los Blancos have been trying to sign the forward for nearly two years now, and it looks like the deal is finally coming to fruition.
The agreement reportedly involves the 28-year-old joining the Spanish giants in the summer transfer window for a fee around £88million.
Real have had a disappointing season so far, currently sitting in third place in La Liga, 10 points off leaders Barcelona.
With that in mind, it’s thought the current European champions could be looking to make several other high-profile signings this summer to try and steer the club back in the right direction.
Chelsea have been unable to offer Champions League football this season, as they missed out on the top-four last time out.
Hazard’s contract at Stamford Bridge expires in the summer of 2020 and it’s claimed he’s unlikely to pen an extension despite the best efforts of the London club and boss, Maurizio Sarri.
The Belgium international has spent seven seasons in the English capital, helping the Blues win two Premier League titles, one FA cup, one league cup and the Europa League.
So far this term, the 28-year-old has scored 10 league goals, and leads the Premier League with 10 assists.
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