Eden Hazard 'will discuss Real Madrid transfer exit in summer with Chelsea and Newcastle to offer him career lifeline'

EDEN HAZARD could be on his way out of Real Madrid next summer with both Chelsea and Newcastle reportedly willing to give him a chance.

The Belgian's had a tough time at Real, scoring just five goals in 53 games since joining the club in 2019.

His tenure's been hampered with injures which has seen him fall down the pecking order in the Spanish capital.

And although Hazard's fought his way back to full fitness this season, it's doesn't look likely that he'll unseat the in-form Vinicius Jr in the Los Blancos' starting 11.

However, the 30-year-old's ruled out a switch from the Bernabeu in January, in a last-ditch attempt to save his Real career, according to Marca.

The Belgian also would like to repay Madrid for having faith in him over the years.

The La Liga giants feel the same as Hazard and want him to stay put for the remainder of the campaign to avoid weakening their squad in their pursuit of silverware.

But if Hazard doesn't manage to break into the first-team by the end of the current campaign, both club and player have agreed to potentially part ways, Marca go on to say.


Real boss Carlo Ancelotti has already made it clear that Hazard can leave isn't happy at the club.

When asked how he feels about Hazard, the 62-year-old Italian said: "Never in my career as a coach have I forced a player to stay when they want to leave."

And the winger could be in luck as both his ex-club Chelsea and Newcastle are reportedly willing to offer him the chance to kick-start his career.

Hazard's still held in high regard at Stamford Bridge where he scored 85 goals and provided 54 assists in 245 Premier League appearances.

Thomas Tuchel's side have a penchant for giving club icons a second chance which was evident when they re-signed former hero Romelu Lukaku this summer.

Newcastle on the other hand are flushed with cash following their recent Saudi acquisition, and they're desparate to rebuild their subpar side with a host of world-class talent including the likes of Hazard.

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