Eden Hazard’s future is in doubt after Real Madrid put the former Chelsea star in the transfer market despite the big-money move away from Stamford Bridge two years ago.
The 30-year-old Belgium international has endured a torrid time with injuries since making the switch Premier League team to Spanish capital club, making just 43 appearances in all competitions, scoring five goals for Los Blancos over the past two seasons.
According to a Spanish publication Marca, who reports that Real Madrid is ready to cash-in Hazard, just two years after he swapped Stamford Bridge for the Santigo Bernabeu.
La Liga giant is desperate to raise funds by selling former Chelsea number ten after spending a whopping £150 million but Carlo Ancelotti is keen to work with the Belgian as the Italian tactician is convinced he can get the best out of the injury-plagued attacker.
Hazard has been linked with a sensational return to Chelsea amid his Real Madrid struggles but during his time at Stamford Bridge, he made over 350 appearances and helped the club win six major trophies, including two Premier League titles.