Manchester City to bid for Eden Hazard?
Manchester City have reportedly earmarked Chelsea winger Eden Hazard as a potential target to bolster their wider positions during the summer.
The Belgium international has been the mainstay at Stamford Bridge, winning two Premier League titles in his six seasons but his future remains uncertain after the club failed to qualify for the 2018/19 Champions League.
Hazard's current deal is due to expire in a couple of years' time, and according to The Sun, the Citizens could be prepared Real Madrid for his services this summer.
Chelsea have yet to show any intention of parting ways with the Belgian footballer but it is suggested that the attacker is likely to cost in excess of £100m for his suitors.
Hazard recently cited that he is content at Stamford Bridge and he is looking forward to the club's summer business before deciding on whether to extend his contract which expires in 2020.
Meanwhile, Manchester City are expected to make at least two signings during this summer's transfer window and one of those is likely to bolster the central midfield after the exit of Yaya Toure.