Real Madrid has always been known to be as one of those clubs which are willing to offload huge amounts of cash in order to sign players. This is the case with C.Ronaldo and Gareth Bale as the Spanish club had to pay around €185 million in order to secure their services.

They have even signed players for a significantly high price which later only use on a handful of situations and one of the more recent examples of this was with Ricardo Kaka as the Brazilian performer moved from Ac.Milan to Real Madrid with a transfer fee in the region of €70 million and although Kaka suffered a series of consistent injuries, when he was actually fit and ready to play he was not given the chance to perform as the former coach of Real Madrid, Jose Mourinho preferred using other players and ultimately led to Kaka making his way back to Ac.Milan.

Real Madrid is now believed to be interested in signing Eden Hazard and Oscar from Chelsea. Reports are claiming that Carlo Ancelotti wants to improve the midfield of the squad and he is preparing to offer up to €90 million for the duo.

Carlo Ancelotti’s Real Madrid is the latest team to join the race for the young players of Chelsea as PSG had been already linked with them some months ago but considering the importance that both players have in the Premier League club, it is rather unlikely that Jose Mourinho is even considering selling either of his stars.

Eden Hazard and Oscar have been some of the more consistent players for Chelsea in this season as they are at the top of the goal-scoring list for the club which is lacking attacking depth with neither Fernando Torres, Samuel Eto’o nor Demba Ba being able to turn themselves as a reliable forward for Jose Mourinho.