Spanish giants Real Madrid are rumoured be plotting a swap deal involving one of their biggest stars and one of Chelsea's top players.
According to ESPN, Los Blancos could consider offering Colombian star James Rodriguez to the London side, but only if Belgian star Eden Hazard joins them in return.
Real have reportedly been admirers of Hazard's for a while now, and boss Zinedine Zidane has often praised the player's ability.
It has been speculated that the Stamford Bridge playmaker could be on his way out of the Blues at the end of the season, with Guus Hiddink recently admitting that this could be the former Lille star's last campaign with the 2014/15 Premier League champions.
Rodriguez has also been linked with moves away from Los Blancos, with it often being reported this season that the attacking midfielder has shown a poor attitude on match days and in training.
The player often found himself on the bench before previous manager Rafael Benitez was sacked, but has featured more regularly under Zidane.
However, the last time Rodriguez played a full 90 minutes in La Liga was back in January, with the Frenchman often rotating the former Monaco star with young Spaniard Isco.
Hazard has been a shadow of the player fans saw at Chelsea last season, and may seek an exit to resurrect his form, while it is unlikely Los Blancos would sign the Belgian without getting rid of one of their attacking options.
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