Real Madrid has finally decided what will happen to Eden Hazard, the former Chelsea star. They are willing to listen to offers for the player during the January transfer window, according to reports, as the club prepares to bring Kylian Mbappe to the club in 2022.
Los Blancos were unable to sign Paris Saint-Germain and France striker Kylian Mbappe during the summer transfer window, but the Spanish club is still hoping to sign the Frenchman in January or at the end of the season when he may become available on a free transfer.
According to reports, Carlo Ancelotti's side is willing to sell Hazard to make room for the World Cup winner. According to the report, the London club will consider any offers for the Belgium international during the January transfer window. Juventus had previously expressed interest in the player, as had his former club, but no progress has yet been made.
The striker's contract at the Bernabeu has three years left on it, but the club is willing to sell him.
Since joining Real Madrid in a big-money transfer from Chelsea in July 2019, he has only scored five goals in 47 games. The 30-year-old made his La Liga debut against Celta Vigo on Sunday night, and he scored a hat-trick in the 5-2 victory.
“Eden is poised to make a significant impact in the coming weeks and months,” says the statement "According to Sportstar, he informed reporters. "He shattered all previous records against the Czech Republic – it was the finest Eden I've seen since November 2019.”
Martinez was particularly impressed by Hazard's eagerness to return to the field, even though he knew he wouldn't be able to play a complete game while regaining fitness.
Eden Hazard used to be the big star while at Chelsea and he was the player with many goals yet he was not a striker after he joined Real Madrid his efforts were a bit down but according to my opinion if he gets a chance to get back to Chelsea, he will influence the club and improve his game.
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