Azure Load Balancer for internal on-premise use

We have a project coming up to set up a load-balanced service internally, backed out of 2 DC locations. We have a requirement that each sites service is load-balanced (HTTPS/443). This is a big ole ERP type application from one of those big vendors with initials as a name.

We currently have a route/VPN function set up that allows us to access the resources we have in Azure (VM instances) from our DC locations.

Can we use the Azure load balancer (internal IP) and have it load balance between VMs running in an on-premise hypervisor? I'm not sure if this possible and a good idea or not, all the docs I'm finding are referring to using Azure resources.

Edit;

Found my answer;

Azure load balancer - balance on-premises servers - Stack Overflow

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