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153.5 billion ‘previous eating and running’, ranked 0th for emission… Come to MLS

 The possibility of a transfer of a player who recorded an astronomical transfer fee was raised.

British media ‘Express’ said on the 10th (Korean time), “Eden Hazard (32) will leave Real Madrid in the winter or the coming summer transfer window. It can. Real Madrid are eager to release him.”

Hazard was called the world’s best winger in the English Premier League (PL). He played 352 games for Chelsea and scored 110 goals and 92 assists. At one time, he embroidered the European soccer world with a dribble comparable to Lionel Messi (35, Paris Saint-Germain). 토토

Real Madrid, which is aiming for the number 7 successor to Cristiano Ronaldo (37), has pointed out. He boldly invested a transfer fee of 115 million euros (approximately 153.5 billion won) in Hazard, who had only one year left on his contract with Chelsea. Hazard wore a Real Madrid shirt in the winter transfer window of 2019.

However, Hazard continued his slump at Real Madrid. His weight gain has markedly reduced his speed. Gone is the graceful dribbling he showed during his Premier League days. He also suffered a hamstring injury. In his two seasons with Real Madrid, he played a total of 300 days.

The same goes for this season. Hazard was virtually excluded from the Real Madrid striker selection. He only played 98 minutes in his La Liga in the 2022–23 season. He only made occasional substitute appearances in the European Football Association (UEFA) Champions League (UCL) and Copa del Rey.

Eventually, Real Madrid’s patience ran out. Sports media such as ‘The Athletic’ are reporting the possibility of Hazard’s release every day.

However, the reaction of the parent team seems to be sluggish. British media ‘Football London’ analyzed, “It is very unlikely that Hazard will return to Chelsea.

As a result, the possibility of going to the United States was raised. ‘Express’ predicted, “A trip to LA could be the most ideal destination for Azar. He is the right person to fill Bale’s vacancy.”

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