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Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard scores against Spurs in their English Premier League gameReuters

Real Madrid and PSG are ready scupper contract talks over a new deal for Eden Hazard, by making a mega bid for the Chelsea  playmaker.

Hazard has been tipped to sign a lucrative new contract with Chelsea to keep him at Stamford Bridge for the foreseeable future, but those hopes could be hampered by Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, who are both readying £70 million bids, according to the Daily Express.

Hazard has been brilliant for Chelsea since signing from Lille, and has shown just why he is regarded as one of the best young players in Europe.

The Belgium international has already scored five goals in the English Premier League this season, including the opener against Tottenham on Wednesday.

Talks have reportedly opened on a new contract worth £200,000 a week, but Real Madrid and PSG are hoping to lure the 23-year-old with a major bid.

While players from the English Premier League have moved to the likes of Real Madrid and PSG of late, it is difficult to see Hazard agreeing to a move.

The exciting forward seems to be enjoying his time at Stamford Bridge, and Chelsea look on course for the Premier League title this season as well.

Hazard has also said in the past he wants to stay at Chelsea for a long time, and recently admitted just how much he loves playing with the likes of Didier Drogba and John Terry.

Also, Chelsea are not exactly a selling club, even if they did let David Luiz leave for PSG in the summer in a deal which could be worth up to £50 million.

Hazard, though, has also admitted he could see himself playing in the French league again, even if he meant way down in the future.

Real Madrid, however, are a club that most players find difficult to refuse, and the Belgian might just relish the chance to play with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale, James Rodriguez, Luka Modric and Toni Kroos.

But what must be stressed is that Hazard has shown no signs of wanting to leave Chelsea, and if Jose Mourinho's men continue to play the way they have this season, then the playmaker will have little reasons to force a move, while it will, most probably, take a lot more than £70 million for the Blues to consider selling.