Published: Mon, July 30, 2018
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Chelsea Consider £100m Bid From Real For Two Stars

Chelsea Consider £100m Bid From Real For Two Stars

Real Madrid have reportedly "ended their interest" in signing Chelsea star Eden Hazard, after the Blues demanded a world-record fee in excess of £200million for the winger. ESPN adds that Real have "turned their attention" to Willian instead of his Chelsea teammate Eden Hazard. The Spanish capital club has said that they would not break the bank to replace the departed Cristiano Ronaldo, who they signed for €80 million from Manchester United in 2009.

According to the Mail, Madrid are "seriously considering" a double bid of £100m for Willian and Thibaut Courtois.

Chelsea appear to be turning their attention away from Gonzalo Higuain in order to pursue the signature of his Juventus team-mate.

Real seem to have found a way around that by making a combined offer incorporating Courtois, who previously spent time in Madrid on loan with Atletico and still has family based in the city.

The 27-year-old has two years to run on his deal at Stamford Bridge.

This is described as an "opening" offer which means Florentino Perez and co. could well be back for more if it isn't accepted, though the newspaper have it that Chelsea are giving it serious thought.

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"It shows the level Jack Butland is at as a young keeper and that those clubs might potentially look at him".

The Gunners midfielder is now in talks over a potential new deal.

Chelsea are preparing a £30m bid for Arsenal and Wales star Aaron Ramsey.

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