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Real Madrid is looking to overhaul their squad this summer, and they are having an eye on Chelsea’s PFA Player of the Year potential winners. Chelsea teammates Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante both are fighting for PFA Player of the Year award as Blues are on verge of winning their fifth Premier League title this season. But, Real Madrid seems to be the quickest to react in the market to grab both of the Premier League stars.

Real has already approached Hazard to land him at Santiago Bernabeu, and N’Golo Kante is latest to join him. The Sun reports on French news outlet Le 10 Sport claims that French midfielder is on radar of Real Madrid as they are looking to make a 50 million offer to Chelsea.

Real Madrid two of the playmakers, James Rodriguez and Isco’s continuity at Bernabeu is a concern. Los Blancos need a major overhaul in their squad because of the ageing players and some key players’ disappointment with the club. Eden Hazard and N’Golo Kante both are the promising young players and well developed to help Madrid achieve their target for the next season.

Chelsea played 30 million for the signing of Kante last season, and it will be a good business for them to sell them to Real Madrid, but Blues wants to retain their defensive midfielder. He has really played a key role in Chelsea’s run to lead the table with seven points only six games left to play.

Kante will be the first Premier League player to win back to back championship with two different teams. He has already won Premier League last season with Leicester, and he is not far from emulating the feat with Chelsea.

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