West Ham and Everton are reportedly interested in signing Eden Hazard this winter in the form of a loan with option to buy.
The transfer ofEden Hazard to Real Madrid will undoubtedly go down as one of the White House’s greatest failures. Arrived from Chelsea for 115 million euros with the status of one of the best players in the Premier League and even in the world, the former Lille has suffered recurring injuries since his arrival in the Spanish capital in 2019.
In two and a half years, the Belgian international (116 caps, 33 goals) has played only 54 matches (out of 124) for 5 goals under the colors of Madrid, and has never had any influence on the game of his team. His trainer Carlo Ancelotti had also declared that he would not hold him back if he wanted to leave. Suffice to say that it will be difficult for Hazard to one day shine at Real, especially with the explosion of Vinicius at his post this season.
45.4% – @hazardeden10 has played 45.4% of @realmadriden games since his arrival to the club from Chamartín in summer 2019 (54/119), being involved in 12 goals (five goals, seven assists). Missing. pic.twitter.com/8EtTtk3UXD
– OptaJose (@OptaJose) November 18, 2021
So the former Chelsea player could try to bounce back elsewhere, and why not in the country where he won two championships and a player of the season trophy? This Monday, the Mirror announced that two English clubs would be interested in winger Merengue. Obviously, it is no longer clubs of the same standing which seek to get their hands on him, since the two clubs mentioned are West Ham and Everton.
Even if these names are less dreamy than others, the Hammers are 4th in the Premier League and would be a good way to revive, the Toffees are on the other hand 16th and have fewer sporting ambitions.
Everton and West Ham are reportedly keen on signing former Chelsea star and Real Madrid flop Eden Hazardpic.twitter.com/3y0VhYY4DT
— The Sun – Chelsea (@SunChelsea) December 6, 2021
The main problem will be the salary of the 30-year-old, which affects around 25 million euros per year, hence the Los Blancos’ desire to part ways with it. The leaders of the club would like to loan Hazard with a purchase option of around 30 million euros, a loss of almost 90 million for a player who has brought hardly anything to the club …