Man Utd one of FOUR clubs to reject Eden Hazard but Real Madrid flop set to be offered transfer lifeline by Juventus

MANCHESTER UNITED are one of four clubs that have rejected the chance to sign Eden Hazard, according to reports.

But the Real Madrid flop could still be offered a career lifeline by Italian giants Juventus.

Hazard moved to Madrid in 2019 in an eyewatering £130million deal after seven glittering years at Chelsea.

But his time in Spain has been ruined by injuries.

The Belgian has managed 53 appearances since the move, scoring just five times since inheriting Cristiano Ronaldo's No7 shirt at Santiago Bernabeu.

According to El Nacional, Madrid have offered Hazard's services to four clubs in the last 30 days – only for them all to turn them down.

Man United are among the parties no longer interested in the 30-year-old.

And they are joined by fellow European giants Bayern Munich and Paris Saint-Germain.

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The report also claims that newly-rich Newcastle United also have no interest in signing Hazard.

They do, however, reveal one potential suitor.

Hazard could find himself replacing Ronaldo once again – with Juventus believed to be keen on securing his signature.

The Old Lady are rumoured to be eager to seal a loan deal for the attacker.

Hazard himself is thought to be open to a move to Serie A.

He hasn't started a game in LaLiga since September 19 – with boss Carlo Ancelotti often preferring to field Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo on the flanks.

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