• Sun. May 22nd, 2022

How Eden Hazard swap out sign deal agreed by Real Madrid and Lille, prefer Chelsea

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Real Madrid defeated Athletic Bilbao 2-1 to finish 2021 at the top of La Liga, eight points ahead of Sevilla, 17 points ahead of Atletico Madrid, and 18 points ahead of Barcelona, despite having played one game more than each of those three teams.

However, there were some drawbacks to that game, most notably Eden Hazard’s performance.

Hazard had a bad game against Athletic Bilbao. He had a few bizarre giveaways, lacked the confidence to shoot from good angles, and simply couldn’t do anything noteworthy in the attacking third.

Overall, after nearly two full games, or nearly four halves of football, the Belgian had only one decent or good half, which is not ideal for someone who has already lost his starting spot.

Hazard had the opportunity to demonstrate that he can still contribute to Real Madrid, but he failed to make an impact. Now that Rodrygo has tested negative for COVID, combined with the fact that the majority of Real Madrid’s injured players will be back on the field after the break, it will be difficult for Hazard to regain playing time.

Hazard’s return and deployment to the attacking midfield

There is now a MARCA report that discusses something Hazard might be genuinely interested in.

According to the report, Real Madrid are interested in signing Jonathan David, and Lille would welcome the return of Hazard to their squad.

A Jonathan David-Eden Hazard swap could benefit both Real Madrid and Lille.

According to the report, David’s agent Nick Mavromaras stated that this season would be the Canadian’s last at Lille and that he would be interested in playing in England or Spain next season. Carlo Ancelotti reportedly wants David at Real Madrid and would love to exploit teams in Europe with his pace and instincts. According to the report, Lille would like to have Hazard back at the club, and if any negotiations take place, the player could be included in the deal.

As we all know, Real Madrid pays a lot of money to Eden Hazard, but he hasn’t proven to be worth it. Injuries have hampered his career more than we anticipated, and with the system that Real Madrid employs, it’s difficult to see him becoming a starter again.

However, Lille was the club that catapulted the Belgian to prominence, and it would make sense for him to return and enjoy playing regular football once more. Lille is currently eighth in the Ligue 1 standings, and Hazard would undoubtedly improve their roster next season.

I believe Hazard would have much more freedom to operate freely, as he did at Chelsea, and even though Ligue 1 teams’ defensive woes are frequently exaggerated, it will be comparatively easier for Hazard to have an impact there because he will be able to use his technical abilities more freely, and would generally be free of most of his defensive duties as long as he can provide good offensive output.

If talks do begin, I believe the main focus will be on the financial side of things, and Hazard will need to accept that he won’t be able to earn the same amount of money at Lille as he did at Real Madrid simply because Lille isn’t the club that Real Madrid is, and Hazard himself isn’t the player he once was.

I believe Hazard would have much more freedom to operate freely, as he did at Chelsea, and while Ligue 1 teams’ defensive woes are frequently exaggerated, it will be comparatively easier for Hazard to have an impact there because he will be able to use his technical abilities more freely, and would be free of most of his defensive duties as long as he can provide good offensive output.

If talks do start, I believe the main focus will be on the financial side of things, and Hazard will have to accept that he won’t be able to earn the same amount of money at Lille as he did at Real Madrid simply because Lille isn’t the club that Real Madrid is, and Hazard isn’t the player he once was.