Hazard could command a world-record fee in excess of £200 million, but that apparently hasn't deterred Madrid, with Marca claiming the La Liga side are also in for the winger's teammate Thibaut Courtois.
TUKO.co.kepreviously reported that Real Madrid are reportedly preparing a KSh 19.9 billion bid to lure in the Belgium forward as a replacement for Juventus bound Ronaldo. "He could fit in any team in the world", Martinez was quoted as saying by Spanish radio show Cadena Ser's "El Larguero".
Hazard had earlier stressed before the commencement of the global football fiesta that he would decide based on Chelsea's ambition in the summer transfers. Certainly after this World Cup.
Chelsea are considering re-signing legendary goalkeeper Petr Cech from Arsenal, according to Sky Sports' Kaveh Solhekol.
GETTYChelsea transfer news LIVE Thibaut Courtois is wanted at Real Madrid
"Wherever I go, Eden must come along", Courtois joked.
Courtois helped the Red Devils to a third-place finish at Russian Federation 2018, keeping his third clean sheet of the competition in Saturday's 2-0 win over England in St Petersburg.
Belgian newspaper HLN quoted him as saying: "After six wonderful years at Chelsea it might be time to discover something different".
In 2014, it became clear that the end was near for him as a Chelsea player.
Los Blancos remain keen to replace the departed Ronaldo with a "Galactico" signing, and have reportedly identified Chelsea's Eden Hazard as the ideal man.
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