Chelsea news: Hazard makes big demand, Real Madrid plot raid, Loftus-Cheek may force move

Hazard demand

Eden Hazard wants Chelsea to qualify for the Champions League before he agrees to sign a new contract.

Hazard looked like he was off to Real Madrid after hinting his time at Stamford Bridge could be coming to an end, however, it now looks like the Belgium international will stay in west London.

Chelsea will offer Hazard a new deal at the club, improving his weekly wage from £220,000 to £300,000.

However, the Times claim Hazard will only put pen to paper if they secure Champions League football.

Alonso wanted by Real Madrid

Real Madrid are eyeing a move for Chelsea star Marcos Alonso.

Spanish newspaper AS claim Real and Atletico Madrid are battling to land the left-back.

La Liga clubs can sign players until August 31.

However, Chelsea wouldn’t be able to sign a replacement for the defender with the English window closed.

Loftus-Cheek to force move?

Ruben Loftus-Cheek may look to force a move away from Chelsea and head to Spain.

A handful of Spanish clubs are interested in the 22-year-old who could seal a deal with their window closing on August 31.

And the Daily Mirror claim Loftus-Cheek will look to reject any new deal offered by the Blues and try and get regular football elsewhere.

Loftus-Cheek impressed at the World Cup after spending last season on loan at Crystal Palace.

Jorginho’s agent speaks out

Jorginho has made quite the impression on the pitch and his agent says everything is going well behind the scenes too.

“Jorginho has started his adventure at Chelsea very well,” said Santos, during an interview with Gonfia La Rete on Radio CRC.

“He’s already integrated himself, plus he also speaks English well, so he’s not having any problems settling.

“When a player is good, he can play in any league. Stereotypes matter little. If a player has quality, they can make the grade anywhere.”

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