The Spanish giants will launch a move for the winger if they sell Rodriguez and Isco
Real Madrid will make a move to bring Eden Hazard to the Bernabeu this summer, according to reports.
However, there are conditions that will decide whether or not the Spanish giants make a move for him when the transfer window opens – namely, the sale of two players.
Those two players are James Rodriguez and Isco. Both of them have been linked with moves away from La Liga over the last few months, with neither of them able to nail down a regular first-team spot at the club due to the sheer amount of talent that the club has at its disposal.
Rodriguez made his move to Madrid after an impressive showing with Colombia at the World Cup back in 2014 and he has since made over 50 appearances for the club with a number of goals and impressive performances along the way.
Linked with Ligue 1 move
However, he has struggled to get the consistent gametime he wants and he has been linked with big money moves back to Ligue 1 and to Chelsea and Man United in the Premier League.
As for Isco, he has been linked with a move to the Premier League as well with both Chelsea and Man City believed to be keen to bring him to England.
The attacking midfielder has been at Madrid slightly longer than Rodriguez and has played over 100 times for the La Liga club and has also shown he can handle it at the top level when given the chance.
But, he has also found gametime a lot harder to come by and could find regular action elsewhere.
There will be a number of suitors who will be interesting in signing both men in the summer and if the Spanish giants can offload both payers, they plan to then use the cash from their sales to bring Hazard to Spain.
Hazard has re-found some of his best form at Chelsea this season, helping the Blues climb to the very top of the Premier League table. Madrid believe he could be a huge boost to their squad and if they can get the funds together, then they plan to launch a huge bid for him.