It has been reported that Eden Hazard is’very interested in a move to MLS’ in order to restart his career following a disappointing loss to Real Madrid, but that he ‘wants to wait until the end of the LaLiga season’ before making the transition.
Eden Hazard is keen to move to MLS at the end of the season
A source claims that Eden Hazard, a star for Real Madrid, wants to leave for the Major League Soccer league at the end of the current season.
After Belgium’s early elimination from the World Cup, the 31-year-old declared his retirement from international play and must now decide his club future.
He may be aiming to quit Real Madrid next summer due to his dissatisfaction with his lack of playing time.
For the sake of reviving his club career, the Belgian reportedly has serious interest in moving to the MLS.
However, he would like to wait until the conclusion of the current LaLiga season to make the switch.
Hazard and the sad story at Real Madrid
The former Chelsea star’s contract at the Bernabeu is set to end in June 2024, and reports indicate that the Spanish giants might be willing to let him depart next summer.
After a spectacular $109 million transfer from Chelsea in 2019, Hazard has struggled to adapt to life in Spain’s capital.
Only six of his matches for Los Blancos this season have been called upon by coach Carlo Ancelotti.
Real Madrid played 14 LaLiga matches before to the World Cup, although Hazard only made three appearances for Ancelotti’s squad in the top Spanish division.