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Eden Hazard is 'offered route back into football' by Royale Union Saint-Gilloise

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Eden Hazard is reportedly being targeted by Royale Union Saint-Gilloise and the Belgian is considering the move.

Hazard was released by Spanish giants Real Madrid in the summer after making just 76 appearances across four seasons at the club.

Real bought the winger from Chelsea for an initial fee of £89m rising to a potential £150m, but his spell in Spain was plagued with injuries.

After scoring just seven goals for the club, Hazard now finds himself without a club at the age of 32.

The offers he has received so far have not been enough to tempt him to leave his Madrid home but AS report that Saint-Gilloise are now trying to persuade him.

The move would see Hazard join his two brothers Kylian and Thorgan and in the Belgium capital.

Thorgan currently plays for Anderlecht while Kylian plies his trade with RDWM.

Hazard is is no rush to make a decision which could be good news for Liverpool, who are in a Europa League group with Saint-Gilloise.

AS add that he is 'lukewarm' about the idea of returning to Belgium at this moment.