• Real Madrid is reportedly ready to let Eden Hazard go
  • Liverpool is one of the club's keen on pursuing Hazard
  • The Belgian wants to resurge with Los Blancos

Jurgen Klopp may have been fancying adding another world-class player in his already stacked Liverpool squad.

Liverpool has not made any major changes in its roster and that is because Klopp has set the record straight that there’s no need to bring in more players.

However, the Reds boss could make an exception if it is Real Madrid’s Eden Hazard, Spanish outlet El Nacional reported.

According to the report, Real Madrid “wants to prioritize” Hazard’s situation as it has become “one of the most urgent” issues in the club at the moment.

Los Blancos manager Carlo Ancelotti has not been pleased with the Belgian’s form and club president Florentino Perez now wants a “way out.”

This doesn’t mean that the 2015 English Premier League player of the season will become a free agent as Liverpool is interested in having him at Anfield, the report said.

If the report is to be accurate, Klopp “trusts Hazard and believes that the problem he has is mental and not quality.

The German also believes that the 30-year-old is best suited in English football, but more importantly, he is flirting with the idea of forming a “dream” front line squad with Hazard.

However, the report also added that Liverpool’s “problem” is that Hazard is demanding a “true star” type of salary despite the massive decline of his form.

It was noted that the multi-awarded midfielder has to accept the fact that his value has decreased is he is now worth not more than €25 million ($28 million).

Eden Hazard (R) holds off PSG's Pablo Sarabia - the Belgian made his first start for Real Madrid in Wednesday's game
Eden Hazard (R) holds off PSG's Pablo Sarabia - the Belgian made his first start for Real Madrid in Wednesday's game AFP / MARTIN BUREAU

In September, Hazard himself already insisted that he has no plans of leaving Real Madrid.

In fact, he is well aware that the club has already “spent a lot of money” on him and he wants to repay it by giving it all he got.

“I signed with Real Madrid for five seasons,” Hazard told Belgian publication HLN. “The first two have not been good, the injuries have not helped me, but I still have three more to prove my worth. I hope it works, I hope to get up one morning and feel great on the training ground. If I feel pain there, I drag it to the games and I will continue to have it.”

“I am waiting for that moment when I can show my worth again,” he continued. “Real Madrid has already spent a lot of money on me. I want to give something back to them.”