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Eden Hazard Decided to Leave Blues as Real Madrid Prepares a Shocking £100m Bid to Beat PSG and Bayern Munich

Paris Saint-Germain are now are ready to lock horns with Real Madrid and Bayern Munich to sign Chelsea star Eden Hazard this January.

According to Daily Mail, the Belgian star has made up his mind to leave the Blues but he will not be sold this month.

Despite Spain’s Real Madrid declaring their high interest in securing his services soon enough, Paris Saint-Germain have joined the race to sign Hazard as German’s Bayern Munich are also reported to be eyeing a shock move for Hazard.

It is reported that Hazard is unhappy at Stamford Bridge and will be looking forward to leave the London Club. It is also claimed Real Madrid’s President Florentino Perez is preparing to make a huge £100 million bid for Eden Hazard in the summer.

Hazard who signed a new five-and-a-half year deal in February was in a striking form last season that helped the Blues to the Premier League Title and won him last season’s Premier League Player of the Year (2015). In the current season 2015/2016, his form has since dipped dramatically and the questions are already being asked about his attitude this season.

PSG has currently stood firm to exploit the turmoil at Stamford Bridge and are confident they can secure the services of the playmaker.

According to close sources, Hazard has told close friends he will leave the London Club at the end of the season.

Although the mega-rich French Club has set a cut-price offer of about £45 million, it is believed that Chelsea may refuse to offer them Hazard because he is worth way much higher than that.

It is reported that the 24-year-old playmaker is looking forward to competing in the Europe’s elite completion next season and the Blues are unlikely to offer his that great chance as they sit 14th in the table.

Regardless of his poor form, Hazard is still regarded one of the world’s greatest footballer and PSG believe they can persuade his to return to France where he formerly played for Lille.

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