Unhappy Eden Hazard wants to leave Real Madrid this month

The Belgian forward' move to Madrid has not worked out and he's ready to move

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Eden Hazard's time at Real Madrid could be coming to an end. The Belgian is in his third season at the club but has hardly featured. With the arrival of Carlo Ancelotti, things have not improved: 16 games and 722 minutes this season.

Hazard joined from Chelsea for €115 million. He had just one year to run on his deal at Stamford Bridge when he made the move and the price paid by Madrid has not seen a return.

In England, Hazard was one of the best players in the world, but he's fallen a long way from the days when he was considered one of the most impressive players in the Premier League.

Having recently turned 31, he is not happy with his situation and could opt for a change of scenery.

The Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri reports that Hazard wants to leave Madrid and an exit in the January transfer window cannot be ruled out.

The same information indicates that the footballer is once again experiencing some physical problems but while Madrid's club doctors consider a possible operation, president Florentino Perez is not in favor of another procedure in the operating room in order to sell him.

It remains to be seen if Ancelotti gives the green light to the transfer of Hazard in this winter window, or if on the contrary, he prefers to have him in his ranks until the end of the year.

The truth is that with Karim Benzema and Vinícius as regular starters, the Italian coach has always thought of Marco Asensio or Rodrygo as complements in attack, hence Hazard's lack of prominence this season.




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