Real Madrid’s willingness to offload Asensio should offer Tottenham a summer boost

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In an interview with French radio station RMC, as part of a documentary about his career that will be aired on Wednesday night, Hazard said: "I know what I will do".

Following Hazard's most recent quotes, which suggested that he has already made a decision about his future, The Mirror now report that Real Madrid are "confident" of acquiring his signature this summer. Also, another speculation that is doing rounds in Spanish media is that Barcelona might be willing to offload out-of-favour Coutinho as they want to bring in Isco from Real Madrid. His solid performances though, seem to be attracting the interest of other clubs once again, with Chelsea interested in signing him in the summer, as per Daily Mail.

Hazard's current contract will expire on June 30, 2020 and he has never hidden the fact that his dream is to play at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu.

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However, it remains uncertain whether Madrid will make an offer for the 28-year-old, who has previously indicated that he will be happy to remain at Stamford Bridge if a move doesn't materialise.

Philippe Coutinho is reportedly being considered for a summer switch to join Premier League side Chelsea should Eden Hazard leaves for Real Madrid in the summer. It's for that reason that when Chelsea post things like this on Instagram we're inclined to get a little excited.

Barca are now denying claims they want to sell the under-performing midfielder but reports say Coutinho has been involved in crisis talk with boss Ernesto Valverde regarding his future.