- Hazard and Willian are plotting to dump Chelsea and join Spanish League giants Barcelona this summer
- Both have been linked with a move away from the club with Hazard saying he wants new challenge next term
- The Brazil attacker on his own part wasn't with the treatment he got last term and wants out despite the arrival of a new boss
Chelsea might lose two of their stars to Barcelona after the duo were reported to have sent come get me pleas to the Spanish League giants.
Both players have been linked with a move away from the Stamford Bridge this summer with the Belgium international stalling on signing a new contract with the club.
Hazard went ahead to win bronze at the recently concluded Russia 2018 World Cup and hinted that he is open to new challenge next season.
Reports filtering the media space in Spain claims the forward and team-mate Willian, are pushing for a move to Barca.
On the contrary, Real Madrid are plotting a mega move for Hazard after losing their star man Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus this summer.
However, the Spanish League champions might offer Chelsea Ousmane Dembele in exchange for the Belgian.
Willian on the other hand might owe Brazil team-mate Philippe Coutinho a favour after the ex-Liverpool ace got an EU passport.
According to the Sun, Spanish League teams are only allowed three Non-EU players on their books and Barca already have Yerry Mina and new arrival Arthur.
But Coutinho's switch has opened up a free spot, with Paulinho heading back to China.
Maurizio Sarri has brought in Italian play maker Jorginho from under Manchester City's noses.
But with Thibaut Courtois also potentially leaving Stamford Bridge, the new boss' biggest focus may be keeping hold of his existing talents.
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Belgium star Eden Hazard has reportedly agreed terms with Real Madrid as Chelsea face the prospect of losing two of their top players, Daily Star quoting RMC Sport.
Zinedine Zidane who is a fan of Hazard, has left the club but a switch to the Spanish giants still remains likely.
The 27-year-old has hinted he wants to leave Stamford Bridge in an interview during the Russia 2018 World Cup.
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