The former Chelsea star has found it difficult to get enough game time at Santiago Bernabeu.
Real Madrid star Eden Hazard has ruled out a move to Major League Soccer (MLS) ahead of the next season.
Since joining the Blancos in 2019, Hazard has failed to live up to expectations at Real Madrid. A string of injuries hampered Hazard’s efforts to regain his best form.
However, even upon returning to Real Madrid’s squad, Hazard struggled to establish himself as a regular starter under Carlo Ancelotti.
Speculations around Hazard’s future have intensified since the start of the summer transfer window, with a few MLS sides showing interest in signing the Belgium international.
However, Hazard feels it’s still too soon for him to follow Gareth Bale, who joined LA FC earlier this summer.
“I don’t think about that much now. I’m just focused,” he told ESPN when asked about a possible transfer to MLS.
“It’s been three years [which have been] hard for me, so I’m just focused on this season. I still have a contract after two more years, and then we’ll see.
“In two years I’m going to be 33, so let’s see what can happen.”
He added: “It’s been a few seasons that I was not playing that much, so for me. I just want to show what I can do on the pitch – that’s my only target.
“When you play football, you just want to be on the pitch, and when you are out [of] the pitch… [You think] ‘What’s happened?’ because I was not injured before and so it was something new for me to be injured, so you have to learn.
“It’s a way to learn the way you have to do things, your body, you take care [of] in different ways, you work more with physios, this kind of thing. But it’s a good challenge now… I’m healthy, so I’m just ready to play.”