That is according to Belgian football expert Kristof Terreur.
Hazard returned to England this weekend after being given time to rest after the World Cup and trained with the other late returners yesterday.
The 27-year-old is set for talks with Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri about his future having strongly implied he would like to leave Stamford Bridge with his preference being Real Madrid. The Champions League winners have been looking for a world-class replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo and Hazard has been towards the top of their wishlist. But HLN reporter Terreur claims no negotiations between Real and Chelsea have taken place and says Hazard’s “dream” move won’t happen.
He wrote on Twitter: “Eden Hazard is back in London and will return to training today. “No dream move for him. Chelsea are still reluctant to sell him (to Real Madrid) and have never ever been open for negotiations or talks. And time has ran out.” Read more