Chelsea star Eden Hazard wants to join Zizou's Real Madrid

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Their latest defeat coming in a 2-0 loss away at Goodison Park.This defeat leaves Chelsea in 6th position in the Premier League, 3 points off 4th placed Arsenal.

The newspaper also say Wigan are looking to take Chelsea's Dujon Sterling on loan next season as a replacement for James.

According to the Sun, Spanish giants Madrid will commence their pursuit of the 28-year-old in the summer with an opening £70million offer.

Chelsea are reportedly receive an eight-figure bid from Real Madrid for their superstar Eden Hazard.

And former Liverpool FC captain Souness believes that Chelsea FC will have to embrace a new era at Stamford Bridge, possibly without Hazard and regular silverware.

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Hazard has developed into one of the finest players in Europe, since he joined the Blues from Lille in 2012. Will that happen at Chelsea?

"If Chelsea had the possibility of signing Bale it would be a swap with Hazard and I expect all that to appear in the equation". They look like they will struggle to get into the top four.

Souness added: "It's hard times ahead for Chelsea". While the Belgium global has already revealed he has made a decision on his long-term future last month, he is yet to make it public, fueling speculation about a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid. I don't think they will be winning trophies in the immediate future.

Throughout his time in the English top flight, Hazard has helped Chelsea to two league titles, an FA Cup and a League Cup.

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