At 21-years-old, Premier League legends Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard and Paul Scholes were all nowhere near Alli when it came to involvement in goals.
The Premier League champions are said to not want to push towards the €200m figure which has been thrown around ahead of other potential blockbuster summer moves, and, feeling all nice and warm towards Hazard's ambition, would settle for €100m instead.
Following their defeat to Tottenham on Sunday, it now looks certain they will be out of the top four to compete in the next Chamions League.
And as a result of Hazard's dwindling performance, the Madrid outfit have not kept mum concerning the transfer of the talisman as expected.
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Real Madrid are reconsidering their interest in Eden Hazard, according to reports.
Chelsea still hope to agree a contract extension with Hazard, including a pay-rise from £200,000-a-week to £300,000-a-week but the player insists he will make a decision on his future after the World Cup.
On Monday, Allegri revealed that he was already thinking about life after Juventus and wants to leave Italy, telling the Telegraph, "Certainly I will go overseas". Then we will see what happens next. "I have another two years on my contract with Chelsea, where I am very happy".
Chelsea play West Ham in their next league match and will also face Southampton in the FA Cup semi finals at the Wembley stadium.