As Carlo Ancelotti takes over in January, Eden Hazard learns how to get out of Newcastle.


Eden Hazard discovers a way out of Newcastle in January as Carlo Ancelotti takes over.

Eden Hazard is having a difficult time at Real Madrid right now.

Eden Hazard, a Real Madrid outcast, is said to have been offered a loan by Newcastle United in January.

Hazard has been the focal point of an ongoing nightmare in Madrid, and with manager Carlo Ancelotti expressing his displeasure with the Belgian, a departure could be imminent.

Hazard’s move to the Bernabeu in 2019, for a fee that could reach £150 million including bonuses, sparked a lot of excitement.

That’s a lot of money for a player approaching his 31st birthday, and he’s only scored five goals so far.

Injuries have played a part in the winger’s demise, but Ancelotti’s open preference for other players in his position now threatens to seal his fate.

Hazard is currently ranked last on the Italian manager’s current winger list, according to ABC.

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In his absence, young guns like Vinicius Jr have had outstanding seasons, with the Brazilian scoring seven La Liga goals this season alone, which is more than Hazard has scored in his entire Los Blancos career.

As a result, a January transfer exit may be the only logical option.

Hazard’s options are limited because he is expected to command high wages and take on high risk.

Newcastle, on the other hand, is said to have expressed an interest, and their newfound wealth could certainly stand up to the financial aspects of the deal.

The Magpies are also prepared to make a loan offer in January, according to the same report, which could be appealing to all parties.

Newcastle would benefit from the firepower of a proven Premier League superstar, while Madrid could be offered a way for their expensive asset to reclaim his form.

Chelsea and Juventus are said to be sniffing around, so Amanda Staveley and her team may face competition.

A loan would allow the club’s new co-owner to fulfill her early transfer commitment, as stated by the board.

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