Eden Hazard, a former Real Madrid player, is reportedly exploring a move to the MLS after turning down the opportunity to join Lionel Messi's Inter Miami (via Daily player).
According to reports, the former Chelsea player is also considering alternatives in Saudi Arabia and Brazil.
In terms of MLS clubs, the Vancouver Whitecaps of Canada are interested in bringing the winger to North America
If the 32-year-old decides to join the MLS club, he must complete the signing before September 2, which is the roster freeze date.
Hazard chose to transfer to the Santiago Bernabeu after seven years with the Blues, where he struggled with injuries.
Real Madrid paid Chelsea a whopping €115 million to acquire the winger's services in 2019.
During his time with Los Blancos, the Belgium international scored seven goals and provided 12 assists in 76 appearances across all competitions.
He missed 78 games owing to injury, outnumbering his appearances for the La Liga team.