Real Madrid recently confirmed that they have agreed a deal with Chelsea which will see Eden Hazard move to the Los Blancos for a transfer fee of around £88million which could rise upto £130m in add-ons.
It has now been revealed by Talksport, that the 28-year-old will receive a net salary of around £9.8million-a-year, excluding bonuses, which if included would raise his take home net by a sizeable figure.
Eden Hazard will become Real Madrid’s second-best paid player when he completes his transfer from Chelsea to the Bernabeu. The 28-year-old agreed a much anticipated move to the Spanish capital for a fee believed to be around £88million, which could r.. https://t.co/cT9DtKHZQn
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Hazard pay reportedly works out to £188,000-a-week and while it is lesser than the £200,000-a-week salary that he netted during his time at Chelsea, it is understood that it is not a paycut considering that it was his an amount which was calculated without taking tax into account.