Real Madrid has officially announced that it has terminated the contract of Belgian winger Eden Hazard after an arduous four-year stay
Following the termination, the Belgian now becomes a free agent.
The Spanish powerhouse confirmed this significant decision through a statement released on its official website, marking the conclusion of Hazard’s tenure at the iconic Bernabeu stadium.
Having joined Real Madrid in the summer of 2019 for a staggering £90 million transfer fee, Hazard’s arrival was seen as a pinnacle moment in his career, as he showcased exceptional abilities during his time with Chelsea. However, the 32-year-old winger’s stay at the Santiago Bernabeu has been plagued by a series of unfortunate events, including frequent injuries and a severe decline in both form and confidence.
Reports suggest that Hazard’s relationship with Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti had deteriorated to the point where communication between the two had become scarce in recent months. Furthermore, Hazard’s contributions on the field have been limited, making just 10 appearances across all competitions this season.
With Real Madrid officially terminating his contract, Eden Hazard now enters the market as a free agent, paving the way for new opportunities and potentially a fresh start in his professional career.