Real Madrid have put former Chelsea winger Eden Hazard on the transfer list and are hospitable offers to sell the Belgium international this summer.
That is consistent with a report by Spanish publication Marca, as cited by the Mirror, who report that the Spanish giants are able to cash-in on the previous Lille man, just two years after he swapped Stamford Bridge for the Bernabeu.
Hazard, who joined Madrid for a fee that would exceed a whopping £150million, has found life challenging within the Madrid , racking up just 43 appearances altogether competitions, scoring five goals.
In fairness to the Belgian, injuries have restricted him from settling into a groove at the Bernabeu, but he came under fierce criticism from large sections of the Madrid fan base and Spanish media for appearing to celebrate with the Chelsea players after the Blues defeated the Spanish giants at the semi-final stage of last season’s UEFA Champions League.
Ahead of the Blues winning the Champions League, it had been reported by El Chiringuito TV in Spain that Hazard wanted to go away Madrid and seal a dramatic return to Stamford Bridge, as he had grown seriously unhappy in Spain.
Now, it’s possible that Madrid could grant Hazard his dream if Chelsea were to precise an interest in re-signing him.
That is because Madrid are hospitable selling him this summer.
The La Liga heavyweights are during a difficult position during a financial sense and should got to cut their cloth this summer to balance the books and remain within the strict La Liga financial fair play rules. Hazard, despite his recent injury woes, still remains one among their most sellable assets.Back to top button