The Belgium international recently stated that he's ready to make the next step in his career and is looking for a move to the Spanish capital
Eden Hazard has told Lille directors that he has set his sights on a move to Real Madrid and will turn down offers from other clubs, according to El Confidencial.
The Belgium international recently stated that he's ready to leave the Ligue 1 champions for a bigger club at the end of the 2011-12 campaign and seems to have clear ideas about where his future lies.
Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea have reportedly already made offers in the region of €30 million (£26m) for Hazard, which were swiftly turned down by the Champions League hopefuls, while Arsenal, Bayern Munich, AC Milan, Inter and Juventus are all keeping tabs on the winger, too.
Hazard only wants Real Madrid though as he's determined to make a name for himself at the Bernabeu in the not too distant future.
Madrid sporting director Zinedine Zidane has repeatedly expressed his admiration for Hazard and the Frenchman is reportedly eager to lure the 20-year-old away from his current club.
Hazard has a contract with Lille until the summer of 2015 and an offer in excess of €40m (£34m) could be needed to secure the attacker's services.
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