Eden Hazard has left Real Madrid, contract terminated by mutual agreement
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Real Madrid have agreed to terminate Eden Hazard's contract following a nightmare spell at the club.
The La Liga giants have come to an agreement with Hazard, who will be released on June 30.
A club statement reads: "Real Madrid C. F. and Eden Hazard have reached an agreement by which the player is disassociated from the club as of June 30, 2023.
"Eden Hazard has been part of our club for four seasons, in which he has won 8 titles: 1 European Cup, 1 Club World Cup, 1 European Super Cup, 2 Leagues, 1 Copa del Rey and 2 Spanish Super Cups.
"Real Madrid wants to express its affection for Eden Hazard and wishes him and his whole family the best of luck in this new stage."
Hazard, 32, joined Real in 2019 from Chelsea in a transfer worth around £103 million.
He's failed to replicate his Premier League form in Spain's top flight, having been plagued with a series of injuries.
The Belgium star has only managed to make 76 appearances in all competitions during his time at the club, scoring just seven goals.
It's a far cry from his legendary spell at Stamford Bridge, where he racked up 352 appearances for the club, scoring an impressive 110 goals.
He helped Chelsea win two Premier League titles, the FA Cup, the League Cup as well as two Europa League titles.
Hazard, who has been linked with a move back to England, is thought to be considering retirement following a tumultuous time in the Spanish capital.
Newcastle United, who've secured Champions League football for next season, and Tottenham have been linked with the player's services.
Hazard joins Marco Asensio and Mariano Diaz in leaving Real ahead of what is expected to be a busy transfer window for the club.
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