Eden Hazard could be continuing his career in the Major League Soccer, reports from Spain have claimed.
- MLS side contact Hazard
- Belgian keen on staying at Madrid
- FC Montreal already rejected by Hazard
What is the news?
Major League Soccer side Vancouver Whitecaps are one of the clubs monitoring the situation of Eden Hazard at Real Madrid, as reported by COPE. The Canadian club has reportedly made contact with representatives of Hazard to discuss the possibility of the Belgian joining their club this summer. Hazard has one year left on his contract at Real Madrid, but the Spanish giants would be very happy to offload the left winger after the season.
Hazard is set to be forced out of Madrid this summer despite having one year left on his contract. The left winger joined Los Blancos for a reported 100m transfer from Chelsea and is one of the top earners at the club. Injuries and a massive drop of form have made Hazard’s spell at Madrid a true nightmare. This season the Belgian has only featured in ten competitive matches and was recently left out of the club’s match day squad by Carlo Ancelotti.
What next for Hazard?
Earlier on Hazard insisted he was not moving clubs this summer, but the lack of perspective at Madrid next season could be changing his mind. In recent months the forward reportedly rejected a move from FC Montreal and at this point it is unclear if he would be open to join Vancouver this summer.