Real Madrid has signed a deal with Eden Hazard to secure its Chelsea signature next season, reports from Spain said.
Hazard was closely associated with the La Liga giants and described them as the "best club in the world" as he fueled the transfer brief in the summer.
The Onda Madrid radio station cited by AS says that Los Blancos is now ready to offer Hazard its dream train, and they have already agreed terms with the player.
The main stumbling block is making an agreement with Chelsea who is determined to arrest her starman.
They demand a high price of around £ 150 million to deter the Spanish side, which is reportedly unwilling to pay such a high fee as Hazard's contract expires on Stamford Bridge 2020.
A part-exchange deal with Mateo Kovacic could be a solution to this problem. The Croatian midfielder wants to stay in West London when his current lending business ends in the summer.
Chelsea wants to offer Hazard a huge new contract to keep him at Stamford Bridge.
Manager Maurizio Sarri reviewed the issue this week, stating that he was ready to "immediately" arrange a new deal.
"Of course I want Eden here," said the Italian.
"But I want him here if he wants to stay here.
"The club can sign a new contract right away, but it's up to him if he wants to renew it or not.
"I know very well that there are discussions every week between the club and the manager of Eden, I think.
"So, if there is something new, the club will call me immediately."