Eden Hazard is considering a move to the MLS following his departure from Real Madrid earlier this month.
The 32-year-old is currently without a club for the first time in his career and is thought to be keen on a switch to the United States according to the French newspaper L’Equipe.
Hazard set for MLS switch?
Hazard’s time in Spain is seen as a major disappointment following his $110m transfer from Chelsea in 2019, with the Belgian failing to score in La Liga for the final two years of his spell with Los Blancos.
With his career winding down, rumors have arisen that Hazard is prepared to announce his retirement from all forms of playing but as written by Joel Domenighetti, the winger would consider either a move to the MLS or boyhood club Molenbeek, for whom his brother Kylian plays for.
Hazard was spotted at Belgium’s match against Austria on Saturday following his retirement from the national team after The Red Devils were knocked out of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in the group stage.