Hazard’s ‘dream move’ to Real has been a complete nightmare with his spell in Spain severely plagued by a series of injuries.
And it appears the Spanish giants have decided to cut their losses with reports suggesting they will look to offload him at the end of the season.
Real are not happy with his performances nor his terrible injury record as they seek to cash in after being financially hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
What’s more, it’s also reported that the club will accept a fee of €50 million (£43 million) – just two years after signing him for an initial £89 million.
The former Chelsea star has only managed 25 La Liga games since leaving the Premier League in 2019.
It’s also claimed that Zinedine Zidane is looking for new attacking options with Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe high on his transfer wish-list.
Hazard has been ruled out of Belgium’s World Cup qualifiers with manager Roberto Martinez insisting the 30-year-old is “desperate” to return to action.
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“I think Eden is calm in all situations, but now he is desperate to be back on the field,” he said.
“No matter how much experience you have, when you are a player who cannot be on the field you will feel strange.
“It’s hard when you’ve been playing for 12 or 13 seasons at 90 minutes and suddenly you can’t do what you’ve always done.
“It’s kind of a shock, but Eden is in a good mood whenever I see him.
“He’s desperate to work on his return for Real Madrid.”