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Eden Hazard has completed his move to Real Madrid with the Belgian expected to be unveiled by the Spanish club next week.
Chelsea accepted an £89million bid from Real Madrid for the 28-year-old on Friday and the deal could rise to as much as £130million with add-ons according to reports.
Hazard wore the no.10 shirt during his time at Chelsea and he also wears the same number for his country Belgium but he won’t wear the no.10 shirt at Real Madrid.
Hazard will instead wear the no.7 shirt at Real Madrid, which was worn by Raul and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Real Madrid will pay Eden Hazard double what he earned at Chelsea, with the 28 year old set to earn £400,000 per week at Real Madrid.
Chelsea will be hoping the proceeds from the sale of Hazard to Real Madrid can be reinvested this summer but that will be dependent on an appeal against the transfer ban.
FIFA imposed a two-window transfer ban on Chelsea over the signing of foreign minors.
The Blues have lodged an appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport to try and prevent a two transfer window ban.