Madrid put Hazard on transfer list


Real Madrid have put former Chelsea winger Eden Hazard on the transfer list.

According to a report by Spanish publication Marca, the Spanish giants are ready to cash-in on the former Lille man, just two years after he swapped Stamford Bridge for the Bernabeu.

Hazard, who joined Madrid for a fee that could exceed a whopping 150 million Euros, has found life challenging in the Spanish capital, racking up just 43 appearances in all competitions and scoring five goals.

To be fair to the attacker, injuries have restricted him from settling at the Bernabeu, but he came under fierce criticism from large sections of the Madrid fan base and Spanish media for appearing to celebrate with Chelsea players after the Blues defeated Madrid in the semi-final of this year’s Uefa Champions League.

Ahead of the Blues winning the Champions League, it was reported that Hazard wanted to leave Madrid and seal a dramatic return to Stamford Bridge, as he had grown seriously unhappy in Spain.

Now, it is possible that Madrid could grant Hazard his dream if Chelsea were to express an interest in re-signing him. That is because Madrid are now open to selling him.

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By FARPost reporter