Eden Hazard reportedly set to retire despite interest from numerous clubs
Hazard has been without a club since leaving Real Madrid in the summer.
Eden Hazard could reportedly call time on his career at the age of 32, just months after leaving Real Madrid.
Hazard has been without a club since his contract at the Spanish giants expired.
Several clubs have registered their interest in the Belgian, including MLS side Vancouver Whitecaps.
Saudi Pro League sides, Premier League clubs and other teams around Europe are also rumoured to be interested however according to Get Football News France, Hazard is prepared to call it a day.
Last week, the former Chelsea man’s barber claimed that the 32-year-old had rejected six offers from clubs.
In response to a post of Hazard’s latest haircut, which said: “No one wants to sign you,” A Star Barbers replied: “That’s funny he’s rejected 6 teams.”
Among the teams who reportedly enquired about Hazard's situation, to no avail, were Al-Hilal and a Major League Soccer club. Brazil side Botafogo have also reportedly been in touch while the attempts of French clubs OGC Nice, Olympique de Marseille and LOSC have also led to nothing.
The winger struggled to make an impact during his time in Spain and suffered with multiple injuries while at Los Blancos. Last season he made just six appearances and scored just seven goals for Madrid.
He has already retired from international football, quitting in December after Belgium’s early World Cup exit.
For his country Hazard featured 126 times and scored 33 goals, second only to the nation’s all-time leading scorer, Romelu Lukaku.
But it appears that he is now enjoying his free-time, spending time with his family.
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