Newcastle United has opened up a talk to sigh Real Madrid winger Eden Hazard. In January Newcastle was busy in the transfer market to bring in Bruno Guimaraes, Kierra, Tripper, Mart Targett, Chris Wood, and Dan Burn which brought an improvement in results.
Newcastle is undefeated in their previous seven matches. The club is already looking ahead to the summer to plan for the next season.
According to Defensa central, the magpies have begun a conversation with Real Madrid about sighing Hazard taking him back to Egland. It is believed that Newcastle will be the first to be approached by the la Liga to offload Belgium International in the summer.
Eden Michael Hazard is a Belgium professional footballer who plays as a winger or attacking midfielder for the Spanish club Real Madrid and captains the Belgium national team. He is known for his creativity, dribbling, ball control, and passing, he is considered one of the best players of his generation.
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