Eden Hazard CONFIRMED by Real Madrid on Five Year Deal
Eden Hazard is formally a Real Madrid player after the previous Chelsea forward settled his turn to Estadio Santiago Bernabeu on 7th June in evening. Before finishing his stay at Stamford Bridge, Eden Hazard enlivened the Blues to an Europa League the last win over Arsenal, fittingly sparkling in his last appearance for the club with whom he has gone through the past a long time since joining from Lille in 2012.
But Eden Hazard has never concealed his craving to one day wear the white Jersey. In late seasons, there have been endless instances of open playing with the club, at the same time staying deferential to the Londoners, where he was all the while happy. With his entry, he has turned into the first Galactico-style marking since James Rodriguez contacted down in Real Madrid in 2014.
The Belgian is probably going to be joined by further fortifications too, as Los Blancos plan to spend as much as 400 million euros this mid-year, having just gotten Rodrygo, Eder Militao and Luka Jovic. Eden Hazard, 28, will touch base to play on the left or the assault, where he has shone for both club and nation in late seasons. Since marking for Chelsea, Eden Hazard won two Premier Leagues, two Europa Leagues, an FA Cup and a League Cup title.
Before his huge move to London, Hazard had won Ligue 1 and a Coupe de France with Lille as they vanquished a notable twofold in 2011. Zinedine Zidane’s quality on the seat had no little impact in his craving to move to Madrid, with the Belgian being a long haul admirer of the French mentor, and Los Blancos‘ mentor having comparable sentiments of inspiration towards the forward.
Luka Modric wrote on Twitter about Hazard’s transfer: “Welcome to the best club in the world!!!”