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Real Madrid want to desperately offload out-of-favour forward – report



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Real Madrid is one of the biggest institutions in the world of football and every player in the world aims to be a part of the esteemed club at least once in their career, but it is seldom easy for a player to make the steep climb.

Eden Hazard moved to Madrid on a big money move in 2019, hoping to strike gold but has struggled to transition. Nevertheless, the club continued to count on him hoping he would adapt one day.

According to reports from MARCA, Los Blancos want the Belgian to leave the club at the earliest. He is not in Carlo Ancelotti’s plans and the club feel ‘there is no hope left.’

The day Real Madrid gave up on the former Chelsea star always felt just around the corner. Now, it finally seems to have arrived.

Hazard’s contract with Real Madrid runs until the summer of 2024. Over one and a half years remain on his deal, and the club must sell him next summer to avoid losing him on a free transfer.

The 31-year-old has only made three La Liga appearances for the defending champions this season and has failed to make any contribution in terms of goals or assists. He has, however, scored one goal in the UEFA Champions League in the game against Celtic.

The upcoming FIFA World Cup could be the player’s final chance to make an impression on the Galacticos’ management. If he guides the Belgian National Team deep into the tournament, his walk on a tightrope could continue. As it stands, the club are looking for a suitor for the player and his departure is imminent.

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Official: Real Madrid starting lineup against Elche



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The Santiago Bernabeu is ready for the first time in a fortnight as Real Madrid are set to host relegation-threatened Real Valladolid for gameweek 27 of La Liga. The gap between them and Barcelona was increased to 15 yesternight, and los blancos will be looking to cut it down to 12 to scarce the tiniest bit of hope of defending their league crown.

Carlo Ancelotti has opted to use a highly attacking starting lineup for the clash, with Karim Benzema spearheading the front-three. He is flanked by Marco Asensio on the right while Vinicius Jr retains his place on the left.

Rodrygo also gets the nod to start, probably as an attacking midfielder in what looks like a 4-2-3-1.

Aurelien Tchouameni has been given the nod in midfield, with Toni Kroos forming the double pivot alongside him.

With Antonio Rudiger, Ferland Mendy, and Nacho out injured, Eduardo Camavinga gets the license to start as the left-back, while Lucas Vazquez flanks the defence from the right. The usual suspects — Eder Militao and David Alaba — start in central defence.

Thibaut Courtois was a doubt heading into this game, but has been given the medical greenlight to take his place as the goalkeeper.

Madrid XI: Courtois; Vazquez, Militao, Alaba, Camavinga; Tchouameni, Kroos; Asensio, Rodrygo, Vinicius; Benzema

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