Real Madrid sack player ‘as toxic as Eden Hazard’ – Report
Real Madrid want Mariano Diaz sacked. El Nacionala player “as toxic as Eden Hazard”.
Belgian national team joins Los Blancos Transferred from Chelsea in 2019 for a huge transfer fee of 160 million euros. Since then, he has failed to live up to the expectations of the club and the fans, starting only 29 La Liga matches in his career.
The club want to release Hazard this summer, but the player refuses to leave. He also publicly claims he has not spoken to manager Carlo Ancelotti – Claims proven by Italian tacticians himself.
The former LOSC Lille Métropole winger has taken home a salary of €24 million (h/t Bola Vip), becoming a financial burden for the club. But there is another player. real madrid In recent years, it has reportedly struggled to banish itself from the book.
Los Merenguez They are desperate to cut ties with Mariano Diaz, whose striker’s contract expires this summer. will leave without
The Dominican Republic international joined Olympique Lyonnais in the summer of 2017 for a transfer fee of €8 million before leaving the Spanish club after six years. In his 34 appearances in Ligue 1, where he scored 18 goals and he provided 5 assists, Madrid decided to win a transfer fee of €30 million. Added a buyback clause to his contract a year after he left.
Investments on the part of the club have proven poor, as Diaz has made just 11 league starts since then. Manager Carlo Ancelotti has not allowed the 29-year-old to make a single LaLiga start this season.
Real Madrid star claims Eden Hazard was let down by Carlo Ancelotti’s cynicism
Real Madrid star Thibaut Courtois has claimed that he expects Eden Hazard to play more regularly for Real Madrid after the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
But it’s not happening. He has made just one appearance since the 1-0 World Cup win in Qatar on 3 January in the third round of the Copa del Rey.
The former Chelsea goalkeeper, who was Hazard’s teammate at international level until his retirement in December, told the Belgian outlet RTBFMorevia Mundo Deportivo (h/t Football-Espana):
“He was going to play after the World Cup and thought he had a chance, but he didn’t. It’s true that he was sad.”
The 32-year-old’s contract expires at the end of next season, making it unlikely Real Madrid will be able to kick him out this summer.