“No club wants him” Real Madrid are prepared to offload Eden Hazard next summer, as his struggles continues.
Eden Hazard famously said, “Next year will be mine for sure,” following Real Madrid’s victory in the 2022 Champions League final.
The once-dominant winger was expected to reclaim his great form in the 2022–2023 season, leaving behind his injury-plagued history at Los Blancos.
For the Belgian international, things have not turned out as planned, as he has only played 98 La Liga minutes so far this season.
A redemption season has been nothing short of a pipe dream, with Marco Asensio at the bottom of Real Madrid’s wide player hierarchy and unable to make an impact as a false nine as Karim Benzema’s replacement due to injury.
As a result, journalist Mario Cortegana has disclosed (h/t Madrid Xtra) that Los Merengues have repeatedly sought to locate Eden Hazard a new club, but no team wants to complete his signing.
Furthermore, no teams have made any offers to purchase the unproven superstar.
Hazard’s career has seen a significant performance fall over the years, and several sides appear to just not see the benefit of signing him, despite his age of 31, incredibly unpredictable fitness record, and handsome earnings at perhaps the biggest club in the world.
Despite the outstanding achievements of other wide players like Vinicius Jr., Fede Valverde, and Rodrygo, it has been nearly impossible for Carlo Ancelotti to get the best out of the former Chelsea legend due to his severe injury issues for years on end.
The best course of action for Eden Hazard may be to agree to a significant wage cut in an effort to leave Real Madrid as soon as possible in January.