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Chelsea superstar closing in on a move to Real Madrid, Neymar future update, Los Blancos leading chase for Premier League defender: Transfer round-up, February 15, 2018

A quick look at all the top transfer stories of the day.

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Rumors 15 Feb 2018, 20:40 IST
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Good evening folks! Welcome to Sportskeeda's latest transfer news and rumours roundup. Though the January market is now closed, it has not stopped the clubs from looking at potential summer recruitments. 

And as always, there are stories which make headlines irrespective of the transfer window being open or shut. On that note, let's take a look at all the top transfer news that made headlines on February 15, 2018: 


Premier League 


Eden Hazard already looking for houses in Madrid 

In a sensational report by Don Balon, it has been written that Eden Hazard is already dreaming of life in the city of Madrid and has started the search for a new home in the Spanish capital. Real Madrid are set to make a move for the Chelsea superstar in the summer after being linked with him for the past two years. 

Hazard is ready for a change in his career and believes a move to Real Madrid is a needed one after six years in the Premier League. The Belgian forward is also Zinedine Zidane's no.1 summer target but it is not sure that the Frenchman will stay in charge of Los Blancos next season. 

Spurs ready to offer Mauricio Pochettino a brand new deal 

After an impressive performance against Juventus in midweek and also due to the increasing interest from Real Madrid, Tottenham Hotspur are willing to offer Mauricio Pochettino a brand new deal. The Telegraph reports that Spurs want the Argentine to lead the side in the newly built White Hart Lane next season. 

Pochettino is expected to get a massive pay rise than what he currently earns. The former Espanyol manager has a deal with the club until 2021 and currently earns £5.5 million per year.

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