Real Madrid have reportedly set their asking price for Eden Hazard as they prepare to cut their losses on the Belgium winger this summer.
Hazard left Chelsea for Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 and the Belgian is keen on a return to Stamford Bridge.
His time with Real Madrid has been nothing short of a nightmare and he has managed just five goals in his first two seasons with the club.
According to Daily Mirror, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are two options for Hazard if a move to Chelsea fails to materialise.
Daily Mirror claim the Red Devils are keen to strengthen their options on the wing this summer and may choose to capitalise if Real Madrid set an attractive asking price for the Belgian.
The report also claims Spurs appear likely to target a new winger this summer due to the uncertainty surrounding Gareth Bale.
Harry Kane’s potential departure would hand Spurs a hefty war chest to invest in the summer transfer window, which could pave the way for a swoop for Hazard.