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The 30-year-old Belgian winger was a fan-favourite at Chelsea and left Stamford Bridge in 2019 to sign for Madrid in a deal worth up to £150m.
However, Hazard failed to make a serious impact at Madrid and his time in Spain has been hindered due to multiple injuries.
The former Chelsea star, whose current Madrid deal expires in 2024, has been reduced to only 14 appearances in La Liga this season as Los Blancos fell two points short of the league title.
Hazard's future at Madrid remains uncertain amid intense speculation that Los Blancos will axe him in the summer transfer window.
The Madrid flop was heavily criticised by Spanish media after he was spotted laughing and embracing Chelsea players following Los Blancos' exit from the Champions League.
Now, Spanish TV show El Chiringuito reports that Hazard is eager to leave Madrid in the summer.
According to reports in Spain, the Belgium international's 'preference' of transfer would be a stunning return to Stamford Bridge.
Hazard captured two Premier League titles, two Europa League trophies, an FA Cup and League Cup during a successful spell in England.
Madrid are expected to cut several players in the summer window as Zinedine Zidane makes sweeping changes to his current squad.
Joining Hazard on the cutting block includes Gareth Bale, Luka Jovic, Mariano, Brahim Diaz and Dani Ceballos.
Los Blancos are reportedly willing to sell Hazard for as much as £43.4m (€50m) as the Spanish club prepares to balance their finances amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Despite rumours surrounding Hazard's future, Zidane is pushing for the Madrid winger to succeed in Spain.
"All the players have their hearts in the club, but for now, it hasn't been possible to see the Eden Hazard we want to see," he said.
"But I believe he is going to get there. It's a difficult moment with everything that's happened but he has a contract and what he wants is to succeed here."
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