Paris St-Germain are said to be preparing a monster bid for Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard.
English tabloid The Sun reports that the Ligue 1 side are ready to table as much as €100 million for the Belgian international.
Reports claim the Belgian is keen on leaving Stamford Bridge at the end of the season due to his poor relationship with Jose Mourinho and reported lack of ambition of the club, it is understood that the 24 year old will favour a move to La Liga as he eyes a move to Real Madrid.
PSG owner Nasser Al- Khelaifi is said to be keen on luring the former Lille midfielder back to France and the Paris based club is willing to commit €104 million and a salary package of about €13 million to lure the Belgian back to France.
The French club hopes to rebuild their attack next season with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ezequiel Lavezzi due to leave the french club next summer.
The Belgian is a target of many top clubs in Europe and Spanish newspaper Fichajes reports that PSG are leading the race to sign the 24 year old.
Hazard won the Professional Football Association and Football Writer’s Association best player award Last season, but the Belgian has failed to live up to the lofty standards he achieved last season.
It is also reported that the winger has fallen out with Jose Mourinho and is looking for a way out of the club which could tempt PSG to table a bid for him in January.
Hazard who missed a penalty in Chelsea’s Capital One Cup game against Stoke City has scored 38 league goals in 117 appearances for the Blues.