- Eden Hazard wants to see out the remaining years of his contract with Real Madrid despite interest from other teams
- Real Madrid are open to selling Eden Hazard as the Belgian has struggled to nail down a place in the team
- Turkish giants Galatasaray are considering making a move for Real Madrid's Eden Hazard this transfer window
Eden Hazard’s career could be given a lifeline.
The Belgium international has struggled to make his mark at Real Madrid but could be heading to Turkey in the current transfer window.
As reported by Sports Mole, Galatasaray are preparing to approach Madrid and possibly secure a deal for Hazard this summer. However, Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti is open to selling the player, despite Hazard's two years remaining on his contract.
Hazard currently earns € 475 000 a week at Madrid, and his salary expectations could be the only stumbling block in Galatasaray’s quest for the player.
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The Turkish giants have made a few notable signings this transfer window, bringing in Lucas Torreira from Arsenal and Dries Mertens from Napoli. Galatasaray are hoping that Mertens can persuade his international teammate to now join him in Istanbul.
Hazard has maintained that he is happy in Madrid and is willing to fight for his place in the Los Blancos squad, but his stats at the club aren’t much for fans to be excited about.
Real Madrid star Eden Hazard drops a big hint on his future after rough few years with La Liga champions
Eden Hazard is quite determined to prove his worth to Real Madrid officials and fans, and the Belgian international has ruled out leaving the La Liga champions anytime soon.
Hazard has fallen down the pecking order at Real Madrid after struggling with fitness and loss of form since his big-money move from Chelsea in 2019.
The 31-year-old has now revealed he intends to see out his remaining years with the La Liga champions.
Source: Sports Brief News