Spanish giant Barcelona is reported ready to uses Neymar’s sale to Paris Saint-Germain to help push through a double swoop for Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard and Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho.
Copa del Rey winner is expected to lose the Brazilian captain Neymar in the coming days after PSG agreedto trigger the 25-year-old release clause of £196m.
Coutinho is widely considered to be Catalan’s top choice to replace his fellow country man at Camp Nou, but The Sun suggests that former PFA player of the year Hazard is also on their radar, despite Chelsea’s reluctance to sell at any price.
Barcelona is said to have already asked a third party to sound out Hazard over a summer transfer, valuing him at around £100m, while Coutinho could set them back a similar amount.
Hazard made 36 appearances in Premier League Champions goals last season scoring 16 goals while Coutinho playmaker who scored 13 with seven assists last campingn for the Reds.