Chelsea land Morata, but will Real Madrid get Eden Hazard?
Spanish giants could sting the Blues by using their money to lure star from Stamford Bridge
Might Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata's impending transfer to Chelsea not be the last transfer between the two clubs this summer? The Daily Star claims that the Spanish giants haven't given up hope of landing Eden Hazard and the paper claims that the Blues ace is willing "to push himself back from injury if Real Madrid want to sign him".
Zinedine Zidane is a huge fan of the Chelsea midfielder and he's willing to make a swoop for Hazard even though he's still battling an ankle problem.
Taking Spanish news outlet Diario Gol as its source, the Star says that Real "have cash to splash" what with Morata's sale to Chelsea and the departure of James Rodriguez to Bayern Munich, and Zidane has got the green light from the Bernabeu board to make the Blues an offer.
It's not sure what Chelsea might demand from Real in return for giving them Hazard but it's unlikely they'd settle for anything less than £80m.
Meanwhile the Daily Star is also reporting that the Blues "remain locked in a transfer stand-off with Juventus" over their left-back Alex Sandro. Chelsea have tabled a bid of £60m for the defender but the wheels are moving slowly with the Italian champions in no rush to sell Sandro.
Are they simply keeping Chelsea waiting in the hope that the Premier League club will offer them Nemanja Matic? The 28-year-old midfielder is no longer wanted by Antonio Conte and Manchester United have their eye on him but so do Juventus. It's claimed in Italy that Juventus are in negotiations with Chelsea over a move that would see Sandro head to Stamford Bridge and Matic move in the opposite direction.