Corresponding foot Mercato, Arsenal could bring Eden Hazard back to the Premier League as officials are in close talks with his agents over a loan-to-buy deal. After serving for Chelsea for many years, Eden Hazard has had a rough time at Real Madrid but some sources recently revealed he could potentially return to Arteta’s side on loan.
Hazard’s agents are about to strike a deal with Arsenal officials to revive Hazard’s career. According to Foot Mercato, Arsenal are doing well with Hazard’s agent as they are close to confirming a deal with the 31-year-old Belgium forward.
Eden Hazard hasn’t done much at Real Madrid
Eden Hazard has been in an injury streak since joining Real Madrid following Ronaldo’s departure in 2018. He was not used much and had no impact on the Spanish team. It was difficult to fill in Ronaldo’s footsteps but Hazard’s injuries left him with no choice but to drop out of the squad and sit on the bench.
The 31-year-old former Chelsea superstar had a great time in the Blues as he spent seven years winning two Premier League titles, an FA Cup and two Europa Leagues. There was a lot of hype when Hazard was approached by the Spanish giants after Cristiano Ronaldo left Madrid for Turin. Eden Hazard wore the No.7 shirt to follow in Ronaldo’s footsteps but failed to live up to fans’ expectations.
“It has always been my dream to play for Real Madrid and I came here to win,” Hazard told Madrid fans.
Eden Hazard has questioned his future after Real Madrid are in no mood to start him after his injury woes kept him from playing. All eyes are now on Arsenal on whether they can bring him on board and help him revitalize his career.
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