a good news for the blues as they set to receive £15 million after real Madrid won SpanishLA liga title this evening, real Madrid were crowned champions of Spain and real Madrid are to pay the sum of a whooping £15 million to chelsea.
Former chelsea player Eden hazard went to real Madrid in 2019 with an initial fee of £88 million plus bonuses and it has been reported that the Spanish LA liga team (real Madrid) will pay a extra £15 million to chelsea if he helps that wins the Spanish LA liga title.
The Spanish side (real Madrid)after winning the trophy has agreed to pay the fee to chelsea and This will help the blues in the transfer market as they are tirelessly adding more players to their squad for next season football after being on a transfer ban by FIFA in the previous summer transfer window.
Winning the Spanish LA liga title made real Madrid the most successful Spanish team after winning the title for the 34th time
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