Chelsea to sell big-name star but must drop price

New Chelsea boss Antonio Conte is willing to offload struggling star Eden Hazard this summer but the West London club must drop their asking price of £80 million if they are to sell him, according to The Express.

The outgoing Premier League champions have struggled to replicate their showings from last term, with the Belgium international one of those that have under-performed.

The former Lille attacker was named PFA Player of the Year last season but has not been at his best for the Blues this term.

Hazard has been consistently linked to Real Madrid and Paris Saint-Germain, with plenty of other big teams surely interested in him also.

The report suggests that selling the winger could bankroll moves for Chelsea to sign a number of new faces, but the club are unlikely to receive their £80 million asking fee.

Hazard will feature for Belgium this summer at Euro 2016 and will be in the shop window.