Posted on November 23, 2021 at 6.30 p.m. by TM
At Real Madrid, we no longer count on Eden Hazard. Obviously, for several months, we have been trying to get rid of the Belgian. However, that is easier said than done and this winter Florentino Pérez could still face some setback.
Long considered one of the best players in the world, Eden Hazard is now just a shadow of himself. Since his arrival at Real Madrid in 2019, the Belgian disappoints, in particular being undermined by too many physical glitches. And obviously, the vase overflowed on the side of the Casa Blanca. For the Merengues, it could have lasted far too long with Hazard, whose ordeal never ends. Today, the former Chelsea is no longer in the books of Carlo Ancelotti . Of course, the solution Real Madrid is looking for is to part ways with the 30-year-old winger, but it is not that simple. Will this be possible during the month of January? According to information from Goal, the answer is no.
Hazard doesn't want to leave!
While a departure by Eden Hazard is often mentioned, the Real Madrid playerHe would not think of that, however. Indeed, despite the various rumors that can be said about him, the Belgian will not move this winter, simply not wanting to leave. And for good reason … While the economic aspect of the case would hardly make an operation viable, other factors would influence this choice of Eden Hazard . First of all, the sporting aspect. By joining Real Madrid , the former LOSC made a childhood dream come true and despite the current difficulties, Hazard would always have hope, still believing that he could be important to Casa Blanca. And there is also the family aspect. As explained by Goal, the Madrileño would not want to be separated from his family in the middle of the season, as well as forcing his children to change schools during the year. A departure this winter therefore seems to be forgotten. On the other hand, for next summer, it could be different …
Who to afford Hazard?
But a club still has to be interested in Eden Hazard . And for now, it wouldn't be that obvious. While rumors have evoked a possible return to Chelsea or an arrival in Newcastle to launch the Saudis' project, the reality would be very different. If we are to believe Goal, in the Blues, a return of Eden Hazard would be absolutely irrelevant and for the Magpies, we would rather look at other players.