According to the Daily Mail, Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard is keen on moving to Real Madrid.
The Belgian has seemingly had a dispute with manager Jose Mourinho over their approach to the game, with Hazard being substituted 59 minutes into the Blues 1-3 loss to Liverpool last Saturday.
After 16 games last season, Hazard had scored five and grabbed two assists. At the same stage this season, he has two assists to his name – but no goals.
The latest rumours come after weeks of speculation surrounding Hazard, who has bore scant resemblance to the PFA Player of the Year we saw last season.
Several papers have reported that the 24-year old is willing to force a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer, provided Mourinho is still in charge by that time.
Hazard has a long-standing ambition to play for the Spanish giants he supported as a boy, having idolised reserve team coach Zinedine Zidane.