Chelsea fan concedes Eden Hazard is off as he wishes Real Madrid transfer target ‘good luck’ at Watford clash

A CHELSEA fan wished Eden Hazard “good luck” during the Blues clash against Watford today – as supporters prepare themselves for the Belgian to depart for Real Madrid.

Hazard was in fine form against the Hornets as he supplied for Chelsea’s opening two goals – headers from Ruben Loftus-Cheek and David Luiz.

The 28-year-old also recorded 92 percent pass accuracy, 87 touches and six chances created with the same amount of take-ons completed.

Before Chelsea picked up three points in London a Blues fan was pictured holding up a sign that read: “Thank you Hazard. Bonne Chance (good luck in French) Please can I have your shirt?”

Chelsea fans on Twitter also commemorated what could be Hazard's last game at Stamford Bridge, that is if the Belgian is once again rested against Frankfurt in the Europa League semi-final.

It comes after SunSport exclusively revealed Chelsea chiefs promised Hazard last summer that he could leave for La Liga if he stayed for one more year.

Real will increase their rejected opening offer of £67.9million for Hazard are understood to be willing to pay up to £90m for the playmaker who has one year left on his contract.

Hazard and his representatives have reminded Chelsea that he has honoured his side of their arrangement and urged the club to agree a fee for his transfer.

Senior sources at Chelsea do not deny their agreement with Hazard but the club will insist on achieving the best possible fee for the 28-year-old.

Chelsea fans also waved goodbye to club captain Gary Cahill who will leave on a free transfer in the summer.

Cahill was held aloft as his team-mates celebrated the centre-half’s final game at Stamford Bridge.

The England international blasted Chelsea boss Maurizo Sarri as he insists it's hard to respect him having been frozen out of the side with no explanation.

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