Real Madrid is reportedly desperate to offload Eden Hazard in 2023, with Juventus showing an interest in the winger.
The international player from Belgium transferred from Chelsea to Santiago Bernabeu in the summer of 2019, but his time in Spain has not been successful. He has only played 71 times for Los Blancos in various competitions and has a history of injuries.
Since joining Real Madrid, Hazard has contributed 11 assists and just seven goals. None of the aforementioned stats are noteworthy, especially since Real Madrid paid a £150 million transfer price to acquire him.
Florentino Perez, the club president, is eager to get rid of him at the end of the current campaign or during the January transfer window. Juventus, according to Diario Gol, is very interested in the former LOSC Lille Metropole winger.
After a disastrous start to the campaign, the Old Lady sees the Belgian as the best person to improve the quality of their ranks. Juve has 19 points from 11 Serie A games, placing them ninth in the standings.
It seems highly likely that the Serie A team will be eliminated from the UEFA Champions League group stage. They are five points behind SL Benfica and Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) with two matchdays remaining.
If Juventus formally expresses interest in Hazard, it is anticipated that Madrid won’t put up any significant obstacles to the player’s transfer. His agreement is scheduled to conclude after the 2023–24 season.
Madrid will have a chance to reclaim some of the transfer prices they paid to acquire him if he leaves in January. They probably won’t be able to get very much money for the prone-to-injury winger, though.
It was alleged last month that Hazard was also being courted by Chelsea and Newcastle United.
A Napoli attacker is desired by Real Madrid, Manchester City, and PSG.
Khvicha Kvaratskhelia, a playmaker for Napoli, has been the subject of separate scouting missions approved by Real Madrid, Manchester City, and PSG, according to 90min.
The international player from Georgia signed a five-year contract with the Italian team this summer after leaving Dinamo Batumi.
However, several teams have expressed interest in Kvaratskhelia as a result of his performances during his first season in a significant European league.
In 26 appearances across tournaments this season, he has 15 goals and 10 assists. Carlo Ancelotti, manager of Real Madrid, recently acknowledged that he had been keeping an eye on Kvaratskhelia while he was in charge of Napoli.
Kvaratskhelia praised the Italian coach for the remarks and appeared delighted by them, giving the impression that he could be open to moving to Madrid.