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Real Madrid are ready to force Eden Hazard into a ‘Gareth Bale-like loan deal’ and hope World Cup ambitions will let him go

REAL MADRID are reportedly looking to ditch Eden Hazard on a Gareth Bale-esque loan deal.

live at real didn’t work danger away from Chelsea since his £135million transfer in 2019.

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Hazard hasn't scored a league goal this season
Hazard hasn’t scored a league goal this season

The 31-year-old Belgian has missed a total of 68 games since joining and rakes in around £240,000 a week.

Accordingly ASReal are looking to cut their losses and deliver Hazard in a Bale-like deal.

Bale spent last season on loan at old club Tottenhamwhere he made a name for himself in England’s top flight.

And Real are hoping for Hazard’s ambitions to play for Belgium next time World Cup 2022 in Qatar will force his hand away in one motion.

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Hazard can’t afford to start behind the likes of Karim Benzema or Vinicius Jr next season as the World Cup starts at the end of November.

The former Premier League big hitter could also fall behind Kylian Mbappe or Erling Haaland should either switch to Real in the summer.

A lack of playing time could see him left out of Roberto Martinez’s 23-man Red Devils squad.

A move back to England could be Hazard’s best chance to regain his form.

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And should he announce his intention to leave Real, he won’t be short of suitors.

Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal are Reportedly interested in Hazard.

New mega rich Newcastle are also said to be interested and have the financial means to close a deal.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/football/18074367/real-madrid-eden-hazard-gareth-bale-loan-transfer/ Real Madrid are ready to force Eden Hazard into a ‘Gareth Bale-like loan deal’ and hope World Cup ambitions will let him go

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