Eden Hazard knows what he will do next season.
The Belgium worldwide has less than 18 months left to run on his current deal, increasing the risk of Hazard running down his contract at Stamford Bridge.
The Belgium worldwide has made no secret of his admiration for Madrid and was tipped to join them after the World Cup, only to stay at Stamford Bridge.
Following Hazard's most recent quotes, which suggested that he has already made a decision about his future, The Mirror now report that Real Madrid are "confident" of acquiring his signature this summer.
In an interview with French radio station RMC, as part of a documentary about his career that will be aired on Wednesday night, Hazard said: "I know what I will do".
'I think about it, but without thinking about it.
Sarri said: "He's not decided yet if he wants to stay here or if he wants a new experience in another club".
The Sun, meanwhile, says the potential Hazard-Los Blancos deal could lead to a wave of summer transfers across Europe, including a cash-plus-player trade which could see Isco heading to Stamford Bridge and ultimately freeing up space for Callum Hudson-Odoi to move to Bayern Munich.
Hazard has made over 330 appearances for Chelsea, and this season has broken through a century of goals for the club.