Real Madrid are working to offload Eden Hazard during the January transfer window.
The 31-year-old remained with Los Blancos over the summer despite being linked with an exit, but he has again found it difficult to make his mark for Carlo Ancelotti’s side this season.
Hazard has only managed one goal and one assist in six appearances in all competitions, while he has only played 98 minutes of La Liga football this term.
The Belgium international has featured in Real Madrid’s last two Champions League matches against Shakhtar Donetsk and RB Leipzig, but he has not played a single minute of league football since September 11.
Hazard will soon enter the final 18 months of his contact at Bernabeu, and there has again been speculation surrounding his future over the last few weeks.
According to TodoFichajes, Real Madrid are keen to offload Hazard in January, with a loan move a possibility if they are unable to find a buyer for the attacker in the middle of the campaign.
The report claims that Newcastle United are keeping a close eye on the situation, with the Magpies now boasting the financial power to compete for high-profile names following their takeover.
Meanwhile, it is understood that Chelsea are keeping a close eye on the situation, with the Blues keen to explore the possibility of re-signing their former player.
Hazard represented the capital giants between 2012 and 2019, scoring 110 goals and registering 92 assists in 352 appearances in all competitions.
The Belgian has found it difficult to show his best form for Real Madrid, though, managing just seven goals and 11 assists in 72 appearances for the Spanish and European champions.