Real Madrid may let Hazard go for free
Real Madrid midfielder Eden Hazard may leave the club's ranks for free.
According to the publication El Nacional, Real Madrid president Florentino Perez is ready to terminate the contract with the 31-year-old Belgian to relieve the payroll. It is also clarified that the club isn't happy with the current performance of Hazard.
The current contract of the player is valid until the summer of 2024.In the current season Hazard played five matches for the club, scored one goal and gave one assist.
Manchester United head coach: Ronaldo doesn't accept FA accusations
Manchester United head coach Erik ten Hag said team forward Cristiano Ronaldo does not agree with the English Football Association's (FA) accusations in the case of breaking the autistic boy's phone.
"We talked about it, he does not agree with the charges," ten Hag was quoted by the Manchester Evening News.
It was previously reported that Ronaldo wants to leave Manchester United because the club won't play in the Champions League this season. The 37-year-old Portuguese moved to MU last August. He has played two games for the English side this season but failed to produce any results.
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