The Belgium international is known to be high on the wanted list of Real boss Zinedine Zidane, while Hazard himself has also spoken of his admiration of the Frenchman and Los Blancos, hinting that he would be interested in a switch to the Bernabeu.
Chelsea are well aware of Real’s interest and are keen to get him tied down to a new deal as soon as possible, but so far they have proven to be unsuccessful, leading to reports a move away could happen.
The Blues are ready to offer Hazard £300,000 a week to stay, but even that figure may not be enough to keep him at Stamford Bridge, if Real Madrid make an approach.
Reports in Spain claim that Real president Florentino Perez is ready to break the bank to land Hazard and that is likely to mean they will pay him more than Chelsea in the hope they can lure him away.
If the chance to play for European champions Real under the leadership of Zidane is not a big enough lure, a huge pay packet on top is likely to sway the playmaker's decision.