Chelsea will be offered Ousmane Dembele and a cash windfall for want-away star Eden Hazard, according to reports in Spain.
The Belgium captain used the moments after winning the World Cup third spot to issue a come-and-get-me plea to Europe’s top clubs.
Real Madrid, his long-term suitors, need new attacking talents after flogging Cristiano Ronaldo and are expected to lead the chase.
Barcelona’s attacking line-up looked settled with Lionel Messi supported by Philippe Coutinho, Luis Suarez and Dembele.
But, according to Sport, the French youngster will be used as a bargaining tool and a makeweight in the Catalan club’s efforts to land the 27-year-old.
New Blues boss Maurizio Sarri wants face-to-face talks with Hazard in a bid to convince him to stay in West London.
The Italian said: “Clearly we would always like to keep the strongest players, this is what any manager wants to do, what any club wants to do.
“But we will have to see how the market goes over the next few days. I feel much more a pitch manager than a general manager.
“I think I am one of the few managers who is bored by the transfer market. I don’t want to talk about it and not that interested in it.
“My task is growing the players that we have.
“A telephone call without looking them in the eye will not give me any certainty.
“I want to meet them face-to-face, understand what the best thing is to do for everyone.
“I would also like a player to come on the pitch for four or five days to have a clear idea what the situation is.”
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