CHELSEA legend Eden Hazard is considering following Lionel Messi to the MLS.
That’s despite being tipped to retire after having his Real Madrid deal ripped up.
Hazard, 32, is a free transfer agent following his Los Blancos exit.
The Spaniards ripped up the final year of his lucrative deal last week.
And Hazard is now thought to be mulling retirement after playing just six league games this season.
However, Belgian reporter Sacha Tavolieri reckons the two-time Premier League winner may not be done with football just yet.
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He claims Chelsea icon Hazard “does not want to stop playing.”
And the MLS “remains an option” after the Vancouver Whitecaps declared their interest on Tuesday.
Hazard will now take time to consider his next step as the situation is “complex”, with his family set to play the decisive role in his thinking.
Should Hazard end up in America, he will follow in the footsteps of World Cup champion Messi.
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The Argentina legend snubbed a return to Barcelona after leaving Paris Saint-Germain.
And he will now ply his trade for David Beckham’s Inter Miami.
The MLS side has already had big names play for them, including Gonzalo Higuain and Blaise Matuidi.
But Messi will take things to another level, with Miami’s Instagram followers going up by 400 per cent just a day after his transfer.
And the superstar could soon be joined by Angel Di Maria following his exit from Juventus.
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