Real Madrid reportedly decide to make a £100m bid for goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois and midfielder Willian, who could both leave Chelsea this summer.
Real Madrid have reportedly decided to make a £100m bid for Chelsea pair Thibaut Courtois and Willian.
Reports have suggested that Real are not tempted to meet Chelsea's £200m asking price for Eden Hazard this summer, but that may not stop business being conducted between the two clubs.
According to the Daily Mail, Real are willing to spend half of that figure in order to bring in both Courtois and Willian, who have been heavily linked with an exit from Stamford Bridge.
Real have been frequently credited with interest in Courtois, and with the Belgium international having just one year remaining on his contract, a deal could potentially be reached in the coming days.
Manchester United and Barcelona have been chasing Willian, but Real appear ready to come close to Chelsea's valuation of £70m in order to complete the transfer.
Barcelona have already brought in Malcom from Bordeaux, leaving Real to compete with United over the signing of the playmaker.
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