Chelsea forward Eden Hazard is finally set to complete his long awaited move to Real Madrid after a fee was agreed between the two clubs to take the Belgian to the Spanish capital.

The 28 year old will put pen to paper on a deal that will see him play under his childhood idol, Zinedine Zidane, the manager of Real Madrid.

The Guardian claims his inevitable move to Los Blancos has been on a hold for too long prior to both sides failure to agree on a transfer fee, which is in the region of £88.5m (€100m).

Speaking after their European Cup victory, Hazard claimed ​'I think it is a goodbye' when asked by reporters about his future in the capital.

After sealing the transfers of Luka Jovic from Eintracht Frankfurt for £57.7m and Éder Militão of Porto for £44m, Hazard's deal will mean that the Real Madrid outfit will take their summer spending close to  £200m.

The Belgian move to Santiago Bernabeu brings an end to a seven year spell at Stamford Bridge. The Belgian forward, scored 110 goals in over 350 appearances for Chelsea, the Blues.