Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has now found interest in the former Chelsea star, Eden Hazard. The Real Madrid man is one of the biggest names in the world of football. However, he has struggled to perform in the Spanish capital. Thus, Madrid are now looking to cash in on him.
The Belgian international was a great piece at Chelsea back then where he grabbed the attention of many clubs. He has not been up to the same level at the Santiago Bernabeu as he was at the Stamford Bridge. Still Hazard has a lot of potential in him and a lightning spark is still visible during some of his performances in Madrid.
According to El National, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp feels that the 30-year-old attacking midfielder can also be used as a winger. Klopp also believes that Eden Hazard can get back to his best form under him. The German coach is looking to play Hazard, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Diogo Jota all together.
Is Liverpool the next destination for Eden Hazard
That would be a dream come true for all Liverpool fans if it happens. We all know how dangerous Eden Hazard is. He would definitely turn out to be a wonderful signing for The Reds. Hazard has a stunning record of 85 goals in 245 Premier League appearances for Chelsea.
Eden Hazard has suffered a lot of injuries during his stay at Real Madrid. Therefore, his contribution to the Spanish side has been pretty less. This saw his performance get hampered as he was out for some time. However, he has worked hard to get back and has looked decent recently.
Eden Hazard has made four starts this campaign in the La Liga, seven last season and 14 in 2019-20. Now that he is 30, there will be a lot of thoughts hovering over his fitness. There will be talks about the chances of his injury and how it will affect the team.
Real Madrid had bought Eden Hazard for a whopping 89 million from Chelsea in 2019. They surely will not let him go for a lesser price. Moreover, Eden Hazard may not accept to play for another Premier League club, having played for Chelsea before. Thus, the move could be termed as an optimistic approach but not a realistic one.