Chelsea is actively looking at the opportunity of signing Philippe Coutinho from Barcelona next summer as a replacement to Real Madrid-bound Eden Hazard. There are also the never-ending linkups with Real Madrid as the player himself has been quite vocal of being a part of the Los Blancos in his career.
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The Belgium global has less than 18 months left to run on his current deal, increasing the risk of Hazard running down his contract at Stamford Bridge.
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The Chelsea faithful would be keen to know the future of Hazard as his contract with the club enters the final 18 months. "We'll see what happens after".
Chelsea signed American global Christian Pulisic in a £58m deal from Borussia Dortmund in January, but he is expected to be a long-term replacement for either Pedro or Willian on Chelsea's right flank with both players in their 30s.
But their efforts have been in vain with Hazard repeatedly stating that he does not want to clarify his future until the end of the season - a stance created to keep his options open in the event that Madrid decide to make a concerted effort to sign him.
"I said a few weeks ago that I thought it was the beginning of the end after what we had seen at Chelsea, the win [over Huddersfield] doesn't change my mind".