Eden Hazard has ‘HELD TALKS with Al-Nassr head coach Rudi Garcia’ about potentially joining Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia and the Real Madrid flop is said to be ‘edging closer towards’ the move after meeting with his old coach
- Eden Hazard has reportedly held talks with Rudi Garcia about a possible transfer
- The pair first worked together at Lille and now could be reunited at Al-Nassr
- Hazard has been a flop since he arrived at Real Madrid from Chelsea in 2019
- A move to join Cristiano Ronaldo in Saudi Arabia could suit all parties involved
Eden Hazard has reportedly ‘held talks with Al-Nassr boss Rudi Garcia’ about a potential transfer to the club.
The 32-year-old has had an unsuccessful spell at Real Madrid following his move from Chelsea in 2019 and could soon be on his way out of the Spanish capital.
Hazard and Garcia worked together at Lille and could be reunited at the Saudi Arabian club if a move does transpire.
Eden Hazard (R) has reportedly met Rudi Garcia (L) about a possible transfer to Al-Nassr
When Hazard joined Real Madrid following Chelsea’s 2019 Europa League win – there was huge excitement surrounding the transfer.
The winger had been a massive success in the Premier League and had finally been granted his dream move to Spain.
However, the Belgium international has struggled to nail down a regular spot in the side and has barely featured across his time in Madrid.
According to El Chiringuito, Hazard and Garcia met to discuss a possible move – with the winger already linked to Al-Nassr by Mundo Deportivo.
This would be seen as a big move for Saudi Arabian football – attracting another global star to play alongside Cristiano Ronaldo.
Hazard has had a disappointing spell in Spain as he has failed to become a regular in Madrid
According to Football Espana, Sergio Ramos has also been ‘tipped for a possible move to Al-Nassr’.
So far, Ronaldo has yet to appear for his new club with excitement for his debut building amongst fans of Al-Nassr.
The 37-year-old is set to make his first appearance for the Saudi Arabian outfit in a showdown with Lionel Messi against PSG.
Al-Nassr’s Garcia (L) and Cristiano Ronaldo could soon be joined by Hazard in Saudi Arabia