Eden Hazard’s value on the transfer market keeps declining. On the Transfermarkt website, the Belgian is currently valued at €12 million, which is one of the lowest figures since he began playing professionally. His market value peaked in 2018 at €150 million (he has since lost 92% of that value), when he was one of the most crucial players for Chelsea’s Premier League squad.
He sustained that number for eight months, making him one of the most valued players in the Premier League and the entire football world. In the summer of 2019, when the attacker was at his best, Real Madrid made a move for the winger and paid €100 million even though the player only had one year remaining on his contract.
His first three seasons could not have gone any worse as he sustained an injury during a Real Madrid-PSG game that left him with ankle issues for the duration of those three seasons. Since then, his situation in Madrid has been precarious. He lacks Carlo Ancelotti’s assurance as well as the playing time necessary to develop the form needed to play regularly.
Early in the previous campaign, his value was around €25 million, a huge decrease from the €100 million he cost to Los Merengues. The most recent Transfermarkt analysis places him in 16th place among Madrid’s most valuable players. The Belgian forward is ranked 111th among LaLiga players. Rodrygo and Fede Valverde, two players in terrific form who will only get better, have replaced Hazard.
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Furthermore, in contrast to the Belgian, the Brazilian’s market worth has increased to its highest level to date as a result of his recent performances. With Roberto Martinez as his coach in the Belgium setup, Hazard has never had any issues with the national team.
However, Hazard has once more been overlooked in the most recent Nations League encounters, casting questions on his selection for the World Cup in Qatar. According to Transfermarkt, he is now the 21st most expensive player in Belgium. Hazard will want to play in as many of Madrid’s upcoming games as possible before the World Cup, which starts in 38 days.