Former Arsenal player, Jack Wilshere revealed that former Real Madrid player, Eden Hazard could be heading to Newcastle United.
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The former player is backing the Hazard to join Newcastle United, adding that the Real Madrid flop would love working under new Magpies manager Eddie Howe.
The Belgian has endured a difficult spell in Spain since moving to Real Madrid in 2019 for a fee in excess of £100m.
Hazard has only scored five goals in 54 appearances for the capital city side and fell down the pecking order while Zinedine Zidane was still in charge.
The Belgium national team captain has now been linked with a return to the English Premier League, with Newcastle United said to be interested in securing his signature after their Saudi-backed takeover.
Wilshere told talkSPORT, “Eden Hazard is another level, but I think Eden would love playing for a manager like Eddie Howe [at Newcastle]. He’s the type of manager you want to play for".
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