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Eden Hazard next club odds: Chelsea in the mix for incredible transfer swoop as PSG lead the betting market

REAL MADRID star Eden Hazard has been tipped to leave the Bernabeu.

And French champions Paris Saint-Germain are the leading contenders to pull of a massive deal in January, according to Betfair.

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The bookmakers have priced Thomas Tuchel's side as 5/1 favourites to bring Hazard to the Parc des Princes during the winter window.

PSG's odds could have something to do with a recent report claiming that Real Madrid chiefs have an audacious transfer proposal in the pipeline.

Spanish TV programme El Chiringuito report the La Liga heavyweights will 'cut their losses' and look to offload the 29-year-old.

There's a further suggestion that Hazard will be used as a makeweight to sign striker Kylian Mbappe.

A sensation return to Stamford Bridge is the next most likely scenario at 12/1.

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Hazard scored 110 goals and provided 92 assists in 352 appearances for Chelsea before leaving for Spain.

Italian champions Juventus are the same price at 12/1.

The two Manchester clubs are much further back in the betting market with City at 25/1 and United at 33s.

Eden Hazard to sign before February 2 odds - Betfair

Hazard joined Real Madrid in June 2019 for a fee that could exceed £150m.

But things haven't exactly gone to plan.

The Belgian went 392 days without scoring a goal for Zinedine Zidane's side and has suffered numerous injury setbacks.

In fact, he's now sidelined until the New Year having ruptured his hamstring in Saturday's shock defeat to Alaves.

With Real clearly running out of patience - Betfair think PSG, Chelsea or Juventus could capitalise.

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Betfair Spokesperson, Sam Rosbottom said: "Once again Eden Hazard has picked up another injury and will miss more key games for Real Madrid, he has had a difficult time there since his move from Chelsea and it would be a surprise to see him leave Spain.

"If he does decide to move on, PSG are the favourites to sign him at 5/1, while a return to Chelsea, where he enjoyed a great spell of football, is 12/1."


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