JOSE MOURINHO has slapped a staggering £200million on his star forward Eden Hazard to keep Real Madrid at bay.
He revealed he would only accept cash, plus either Christian Ronaldo, Gareth Bale or James Rodrguez as make-weight in return.
Mourinho said: “I make that £100million each of Eden’s legs. If they want him I would be the first to know because of my relationship with the club.”
Belgium star Hazard is expected to be named PFA Player of the Year tonight (sun) and been subject to Madrid’s incessant interest all season.
Mourinho, a former manager of the Spanish club, said: “Do you want a figure? £100million, plus one of their three best players. That’s £100m for each leg because he is so young.
“If they (Madrid) want him they would get on the phone and call. They would not do something without telling me, I am sure.”
Mourinho called Hazard his ‘Golden Boy’ and claimed he should be a shoo-in to win PFA Player of the Year.
The Belgium international has been sensational this season and is one of the reasons why Chelsea are on the verge of winning the title.
Even if they lose to Arsenal today, Morinho’s side should still have enough points to cruise over the line.
And Hazard’s goals have been a huge part of their success, making him a target for the world’s best – including Real Madrid, according to the media, although the Spanish giants denied all interest.
Mourinho, however, is confident Hazard’s head is not being turned – especially after the winger signed a new five-and-a-half year deal with the club back in February.
And the Chelsea boss insists his star has ­embraced the club’s ethos.
“We have a very good squad and we have a very good team ethic,” said Mourinho.
“We’re not the kind of group that is looking for somebody to special, for somebody to be more than the others.
“Even Eden doesn’t belong to that culture. He knows he’s a special player for us and we need him on many occasions to be decisive for us.
“He’s such a normal boy that he doesn’t belong to that glamour. He wants to be a special player and a normal person.
“Yes, he’s a fantastic boy, a golden boy, with the way he behaves, the way he wants to be and the way he respects people. Even the way he respects opponents.
“I don’t think there is one opponent who will say, ‘He insulted me’. He doesn’t cheat. He doesn’t dive. Nothing. He is the forward who has played the most games for us, like John (Terry) and Branislav (Ivanovic) in defence.”
He added: “Our squad is made up of 20, so every player has played. I don’t want anymore.
“It’s part of our project – less players, less salaries. You can pay more to some, because you don’t pay 25 players or 28, then you bring in some kids from the academy to compensate for some Hazard’s, who get a little bit more.

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