Chelsea set to benefit financially from Real Madrid after the latter wins La Liga title after three years.
Eden Hazard left the Blues last summer and joined Los Blancos for £91m.
With Real Madrid now officially the crowned La Liga champions, Chelsea will reportedly get some extra dough.
The deal included some clauses that would be triggered if Real won La Liga or qualify for the Champions League.
Real’s qualification for the Champions League is said to be worth €15m (£14m) to Chelsea, while the club’s 34th La Liga crown could net the Stamford Bridge outfit €20m (£18m), according to Sports Ration.
Any extra income will only strengthen Chelsea in the transfer market as the Chelsea boss looks to revamp his squad.
The Belgian international played 16 times for Los Blancos this season, scoring one goal and providing six assists.
His previous colleague and Chelsea boss Frank Lampard recently spoke on how Christian Pulisic is filling the void left by Eden Hazard.
“They can both go by players and they’re great to watch,” the Chelsea manager said.
“Eden did it here and was sensational in what he did here with his input personally into the club winning trophies.
“I don’t want to get on that comparison too much, but at the same time I don’t want to take away from Christian because what he’s showing now is a real natural ability, a balance and a speed to dribble with the ball.”
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