Real Madrid have made a final decision on the future of Eden Hazard with just a few days left in the January transfer window.
The Belgian remains second fiddle to the in-form Vinicius Junior, but did manage to find the back of the net in the Copa del Rey this week.
Hazard's future in the Spanish capital remains a talking point as he is reportedly one of the highest earners at the club and is not getting regular football.
Premier League sides Chelsea and Newcastle United have been linked with a move for the Belgian winger who has just one goal all season with Los Blancos.
However, it seems 31-year-old is set to remain in the Spanish capital after manager Carlo Ancelotti confirmed he is in the plans.
"Hazard is in our plans for the next season, I can confirm," Ancelotti said, as per the Sun.
Hazard will be looking to get some more minutes when Los Blancos take on Elche on Sunday evening in LaLiga action.
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