Real Madrid will turn to Chelsea's Eden Hazard if Gareth Bale leaves
Published 22/04/2015 | 09:33
Real Madrid will launch a big-money move for Eden Hazard this summer if Gareth Bale leaves.
While the Spanish giants will not entertain any offers for the former Tottenham forward, it is claimed in French magazine Le10Sport that United could tempt them with a huge bid.
Bale has had a difficult year at the Bernabeu and Real would look to recoup nearly all of the £85m they splashed out on him.
It is rumoured that Real have considered life after Bale and who they could potentially bring in to fill the void.
Chelsea's Hazard remains top of that list even though the winger only signed a new five-year deal earlier this season.
Chelsea's hopes of landing Paulo Dybala have been handed a blow after the Palmero striker revealed he would like to join Barcelona.
Dybala's agent said earlier this week that Chelsea had tabled a £29m bid and that PSG have also made an enquiry, but the player would love a switch to the Nou Camp.
Dybala said: “If the president, Maurizio Zamparini, says I have to leave, then I want to enjoy these last few games as a Palermo player, I want to do my best.
“I went to Barcelona to watch the latest Clasico. It’s a city I like a lot, and they play very nice football.
“When I was a child I preferred Barcelona, because they had more Argentines.
“Then, of course, there’s (Lionel) Messi, who is an idol in Argentina.”
Dybala, who has been labelled the 'new Sergio Aguero' has scored 10 goals this season in 30 Serie A games.