Hazard has managed just two starts so far under Ancelotti.
Real Madrid and Eden Hazard’s story might get end as the player is planning to say final bye to Los Blancos.
Due to a combination of injuries, strong competition and poor performances, Hazard is finding him on the bench under Carlo Ancelotti this season.
In recent interviews he has described himself as “at a dead end”, and admitted he could leave the club.
Speaking to Marca, Hazard was asked if he understood why many Madridistas are not thrilled with him.
“Of course! It is normal. I am a player who has not played many games in three years. I can understand it. I have to show that when I play, be it five, ten or 15 minutes, I want to play and when I do I have to do it well.”
The Belgian international said that he would accept a departure four years into his five-year deal at Real Madrid.
“In January it is impossible, because I have family and I like the city. But in summer it is possible that I go. I have one more year on my contract and it’s the club’s decision. If the club tells me ‘Eden, thanks for four years, but you have to go’, I have to accept it because it’s normal. But I would like to play more, show more that I can play, that I am a good player.”
Hazard has managed just two starts so far and has been more of a non-factor than last season.
When asked why he thinks his Real Madrid spell has failed so far, the player replied: “I don’t think it has failed.
“I have played many games in ten years, seven in the Premier League with many kicks. There are moments in life when you have a little less luck with a game, an injury.
“You have to understand your way of life. You can change things in life, but I think many were due to bad luck, a bit because of the coronavirus, a bit because of the confinement.”