Eden Hazard joins ‘Ideal’ Premier League club to boost his career


The danger of Eden The team that makes him “important” must sign and Newcastle Real Madrid is the “ideal” destination for the flap.

According to former Belgian star Mark Degris, he believes Hazard needs a new boost to his career after his unfortunate spell in Madrid.

The risky career in Madrid has been curtailed by various injuries since the initial £ 89m transfer from Chelsea in 2019.

The 30-year-old Belgium winger, who signed with Madrid in 2024, has registered one assist in 10 La Liga appearances this season.

Degryse now urged his fellow domestic to leave Madrid and keep Newcastle in the Premier League.

“Hazard should go to the squad in January, where they will consider him, where they will make him a major,” he told Hett Laoste News (via Sport Witness).

“Newcastle are right. All the balls go to him. If he can keep Newcastle in the Premier League, it will give him a new boost to his career.

Newcastle have leaked at 19th – at the points level with 20th-placed Norwich City – and five points away from Premier League safety.

Former Arsenal and Bournemouth midfielder Jack Wilshere believes he “likes to play” in Newcastle under Howe.

“He was fine with me [at Bournemouth] It was tough for me because I was coming from a big club, ”he told TalkSport.

“I stepped into a group where they were together in League One. They were all friends. They were all good with me, but Eddie made sure he was. He was good with me.

“Eden Hazard is another level, but I think Eden would love to play for a manager like Eddie Howe [at Newcastle]. They are the type of administrator you want to play.

“I have now worked with him in a club similar to Newcastle – not in terms of the size of the club, but in terms of players.

“Newcastle have got some ex-Bournemouth players and Eddie, he gets the best out of those types of players, he lets them go and he gets the fans on the side.

“He’s a great manager. I think he deserves the opportunity. If he goes in and performs really well, I think in a few years he can push the top six, which he can.

“When I played under him at Bournemouth, we had an arguably bad team and we finished ninth, so they can definitely do that.

“It depends on him when he gets that chance to take him to the next level.”



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