Manchester United, Bayern Munich reject Eden Hazard deal

Manchester United have rejected a deal to sign Eden Hazard from Real Madrid, according to a report.

The Belgian international moved to the Bernabeu from Chelsea in 2019, but has struggled with injuries and a lack of game time in his spell in Spain.

Hazard has started only four La Liga matches this season and is reportedly not in the plans of Carlo Ancelotti, who prefers Vinicius Junior.

According to El Nacional, Real Madrid have offered the 30-year-old to clubs around Europe in an attempt to get his high salary off their wage bill, but Manchester United, Bayern MunichParis Saint-Germain and Newcastle United have all rejected the chance to sign him.

However, the report adds that Juventus would be interested in signing Hazard on loan to fill the Cristiano Ronaldo-shaped hole in their attack.

The winger has made 53 appearances in just over two years at Real Madrid, scoring five goals and registering nine assists.