EDEN HAZARD could be near the end of his Real Madrid hell, with the club said to be ready to ‘listen to offers’ for the 31-year-old this month.
Hazard has had a rough time at Real Madrid since joining Chelsea in July 2019 for £130m.
And Real Madrid are happy to let Hazard leave the club in January, according to the Spanish newspaper AS.
Although they say moving house this month is ‘not easy’ due to his high salary requirements.
The Belgium international currently takes home £9.2 million a year, working for more than £175,000 a week.
A firm offer has yet to be made, despite supposed interest from the Premier League in the form of Newcastle and Everton.
A £41m move has been rumored, but Hazard’s salary requirements could be an issue.
Roberto Martinez is Hazard’s international coach, and has associated with Everton job, so might consider bringing the winger to Goodison Park.
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Meanwhile, Eddie Howe is targeting more reinforcements at St James’ Park to help launch the Saudi-led revolution.
However, Newcastle’s ongoing relegation battle and Everton’s precarious position could prove to be an obstacle in a potential move.
Chelsea have also been linked with a reunion for the former Stamford Bridge side.
Hazard’s lack of minutes plus his injury made Madrid accept to leave.
It has also been reported that the feeling is mutual, with Hazard ready to leave Real Madrid after a catastrophic spell in the Spanish capital.
However, AS reports that the most likely scenario is a summer transfer window, after Hazard spent the second half of the season working out in Madrid.
He has only started six La Liga games so far in this campaign and will need to prove himself much more before being offered the company’s services.
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/4486045/real-madrid-eden-hazard-transfer-chelsea-newcastle-everton/ Real Madrid ‘ready to let Eden Hazard leave in January transfer window’ amid Chelsea, Newcastle and Everton interest