MLS side Inter Miami want Belgian winger Eden Hazard on a free transfer as their star-studded summer overhaul continues.
The 32-year-old winger has not yet made a decision over his future after having his contract terminated a year early by Real Madrid but according to Relevo reporters Sergio Santos and Jorge C Picon, new Inter manager Tata Martino has identified Hazard as a key target in his bid to help lift the Herons off the bottom of the MLS Eastern Conference.
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Hazard has already received an offer on the table from boyhood club RWD Molkenbeek, for whom Eden’s younger brother Kylian plays for in the Belgian Pro League.
If signed, Hazard will either be listed as one of Inter Miami’s designated players, which allows clubs in the MLS to sign up to three players who would be outside of their salary cap, or either the Belgian would have to take a massive 90% wage-cut from the $15m-a-year salary he earned at the Bernabeu to be registered by the Florida based outfit.