Eden Hazard, a Belgian international who has played for Real Madrid, could leave the team in the coming months because Carlo Ancelotti hasn’t given him much playing time this season.
Real Madrid still has a chance to win both La Liga and the Champions League this season, which would make them even more famous in the history of European football. In the 16th round of the Champions League, Madrid will play Liverpool.
The Merengues are tied with Barcelona at the top of the La Liga table after their win against Real Valladolid. A win in which Belgian striker and international player Eden Hazard did not take part because he was on the bench for substitutes.
This season, Carlo Ancelotti hasn’t used the former LOSC star as much as he did last year. As a result, he has fallen down the list of best attackers. Eden Hazard is presently behind Rodrygo, Marco Asensio, Vinicius Jr and Karim Benzema. Even though Eden Hazard hasn’t played much, he won’t be moving this winter. The Belgian striker wants to do well in the second half of the season so that the Merengues will want to keep him on. For the next season at Real Madrid, Eden Hazard wants to win back Carlo Ancelotti’s trust and become a regular starter for the team.
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Madrid could get rid of Eden Hazard
Los Blancos are interested in hiring some of the most promising young stars in the business, like Jude Bellingham, for their next project. At the same time, Real Madrid’s leaders are thinking about whether or not they should give up Eden Hazard.
Reports from Relevo say that Madrid wants to make a deal to get rid of the Belgian striker during the next transfer window, which will be in the summer. Real Madrid’s leaders think that Eden Hazard will never play as well as he did before, and they think that without him.