Real Madrid want Liverpool's Mohamed Salah for Eden Hazard plus fee

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TOP STORY - Real to offer Hazard, money in Salah

According to EkremKonur, Real Madrid may try to lure Mohamed Salah from Liverpool by offering a player-plus cash deal with Eden Hazard.

Since moving to Santiago Bernabeu, the Belgian international has had a tough time. A number of injuries have affected the 30-year old's rhythm and, with no goals from the former Chelsea forward this season, Carlo Ancelotti appears to be looking for ways to transfer the attacker.

Salah has been admired by LaLiga since the beginning of Premier League negotiations. The Reds are said to have prepared a 350,000-per week deal for Salah, but they may need to consider other options if Salah refuses to sign a deal.

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