Real Madrid have always been linked with a move for Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard and now latest reports from Spanish outlet Diario Gol (via DailyMail) claim that Zidane has been given permission to contact Eden Hazard regarding a transfer in the summer transfer window.
But, according to Spanish title Diario Gol, Zidane has called Hazard in the past week to discuss his interest.
A report in the The Times on Tuesday will have encouraged Zidane, with the newspaper claiming that talks over a new £300,000-a-week contract have stalled.
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But Real are long-term suitors and Hazard recently spoke of his admiration for the Spanish giants. He's very strong, he may be little but he is strong, trust me!
Both Essien and Hazard played together between 2012 when the 26-year-old arrived from LOSC Lille until January of 2014 when Essien left the Blues for AC Milan as a free transfer. But, for now, I'm a Blue. "I think he has a lot of improvement", Conte said.
Chelsea are keen to tie Hazard down to a new deal but the Belgian is in no rush to renew his contract and says he will wait until the end of the season before deciding his future.
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"We know the admiration that I have for Real, but I'm at Chelsea".
The Belgium global is stalling over putting pen to paper to a new contract at Stamford Bridge, with a £300k-per-week offer on the table.
"If you ask me about these two players, I will be very happy when they can have this deal but this is the responsibility of the club to try to do this".
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