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Real Madrid Name Their Price For Eden Hazard And It's Incredibly Cheap

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Real Madrid Name Their Price For Eden Hazard And It's Incredibly Cheap

Real Madrid are willing to take a huge loss on Eden Hazard, according to reports.

The Belgian has been hugely disappointing since making a £103.5 million move to Los Blancos in 2019, plagued by a slew of injuries and underwhelming performances.


The fans and media in Spain have been on his back and footage of him laughing with ex Chelsea teammates after Real were knocked out of the Champions League by his former employers has not gone down well.


In fact, it's said that Hazard is now very much on the transfer list in the summer. ABC are reporting that Real have grown frustrated with Hazard's "lack of professionalism" and will have no hesitation selling him for just €50 million (£43 million).


The news follows up El Chiringuito, who had a monumental meltdown over Hazard's antics and claimed one good offer would result in him being offloaded.

Although he was Real's hardest-working player on the night, Spanish TV presenter Josep Pedrerol launched a quite incredible rant against Real's No.7, branding him "overweight" and accusing him of "taking the p*ss" out of Madridstas.

"Madrid are eliminated, and look at Hazard," he said.


"Two years taking the p**s out of Madrid fans. Two years overweight.

"A lot of people say he is the new [Gareth] Bale. Madrid have spent years waiting for him, negotiating for him, spent £100m on him.

"They've just been eliminated, and it is possible for him to find something funny?

"After [Zinedine] Zidane gave him the opportunity to play when he didn't deserve it? He laughs at everyone?


"There is a lot to analyse about Madrid, such as Zidane's future, whether [Sergio] Ramos is fit or not to continue, whether there must be changes in the team, whether new signings must be made such as [Kylian] Mbappe, as well as [David] Alaba. There have to be big changes.

"But the situation with Hazard is very serious. Hazard cannot continue for one second more in Madrid."

Hazard issued an apology for what he did after the game on Wednesday, stating it was "not my intention to offend the Real Madrid fans."

The 30-year-old has played just 40 times for Real, scoring four goals.

Topics: Eden Hazard, Chelsea, Football, Real Madrid

Josh Lawless
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