Manchester United ‘joins PSG, Bayern Munich and Newcastle in SNUBBING Eden Hazard’ as Real Madrid ‘look to shed an injury-prone winger’ following Chelsea’s disastrous £ 89 million move
- Manchester United reportedly became the latest club to turn down Eden Hazard
- Reports claim Real Madrid hope to unload injury-prone Belgium
- It is also said that PSG, Bayern Munich and Newcastle rejected the extreme
- The 30-year-old has fallen out of favor at Real Madrid with Carlo Ancelotti
- ESPN reports that Madrid want to recover at least £ 42 million for the former Chelsea star
Manchester United are reportedly one of four clubs that have turned down the opportunity to sign Eden Hazard as he continues his fight at Real Madrid.
Hazard, 30, has struggled to reach the heights that convinced the Spanish giants to spend an initial fee of £ 89 million two years ago, with performance-based incentives bringing that figure to £ 150 million.
However, injuries have derailed the former Chelsea star’s progress in Madrid, where he has scored just five goals in 53 appearances in all competitions for Los Blancos.
Manchester United have become the latest club to reject Eden Hazard
Last month, Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti delivered a damning accusation about Hazard’s prospects at the Bernabéu, telling the Belgian to “put up with” the reality that he is far down the pecking order.
And now, with Hazard no longer in Ancelotti’s plans and club president Florentino Pérez losing patience with him, it appears that Real is looking to get rid of him sooner rather than later, but is struggling to do so, according to the news site. Catalan. The National.
The report claims that United have become the latest club to turn down a move for the winger, with Bayern Munich, PSG and even Newcastle deciding not to bet on the former Chelsea star.
Injuries have derailed the former Chelsea star’s progress in Madrid after his £ 89 million move
Hazard is no longer in the plans of Carlo Ancelotti (right) while the president of Real, Florentino Pérez (left) has lost patience with him
Once interested in the Belgian international, Bayern are said to have rejected a price reduction measure for Hazard, while PSG reportedly rejected the player in a more effective player deal for Kylian Mbappé.
Madrid are looking to raise funds for a big summer window in 2022, with Borussia Dortmund’s Mbappé and Erling Haaland on the club’s radar.
The 22-year-old Mbappé will be available for free when his contract expires, but is expected to demand a large package of fees and salaries from Los Blancos.
Haaland will be available for a fee of just £ 64m due to his buyout clause, but Madrid will face stiff competition from Man City and Chelsea for the Norwegian’s signing.
Ancelotti said his star man must accept the fact that he has slid down the pecking order.
Hazard has three years left on his contract at the Bernabéu and an ESPN report last month claimed that Madrid will seek to recover at least £ 42 million (€ 50 million) for him.
Despite being fit for most of this season, the 30-year-old Hazard has made just 10 appearances and scored one goal, and the Belgian is yet to score. He was also benched by El Clásico.
Ancelotti instead of Hazard has relied heavily on Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo.
The last two seasons have been frustrating for the Belgian international. He made just 16 top flight appearances in his first campaign, although Madrid won LaLiga.
Hazard spent seven successful years at Chelsea, where he twice won the Premier League.
During the following year, Hazard played just 14 times in the league, with the club being trophy-free. With Ancelotti, he has now been pushed further out of the equation.
Further highlighting the dilemma Hazard faces, Ancelotti said his star man must come to terms with the fact that he has slid down the pecking order.
“ He has absolutely everything, but he has to put up with the situation, ” Ancelotti said. Spanish media. “Right now he has a coach who prefers other players.”
The Belgian spent seven years of great success at Stamford Bridge, where he won the Premier League twice.