Hazard: Real Madrid was a dream and that's why I was late to leave Chelsea

Hazard: Real Madrid was a dream and that's why I was late to leave Chelsea

Belgian star Eden Hazard confirmed that playing for Real Madrid was a dream he always had in his football career, especially when he was playing for Chelsea.

Eden Hazard has expressed interest in wearing the Real Madrid shirt during the past seasons but waited until the summer of 2019 when the club took advantage of a one-year stay on his contract with Chelsea to sign him for 100 million euros.

Hazzard has repeatedly refused to move to Paris Saint-Germain on more than one time, refusing to play in France except for his former team Lille.

Hazzard told the French newspaper L'Equipe:
"Getting to the Santiago Bernabéu was a dream when I was a kid Real Madrid was the team we supported."
"I didn't get frustrated because I didn't sign with Real Madrid earlier, everywhere I went and it went well, but it makes sense to be here one day, when I was injured with Belgium after the 2018 World Cup I wanted to move to Real Madrid but Chelsea convinced me to stay for a brother season." I didn't want to go out the back door and I don't like to cause problems."

Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane was Eden Hazard's childhood role model

The Belgian player spoke of Zidane, saying, "Real Madrid had Zinedine Zidane in his squad, he was charming when I saw him on screen and exceptionally at the same time, and it is undeniable that he has been a role model in football since childhood, he is a player who can not get like him, he was very elegant."

"Zidane's style is great, football has been played with the Italians, whether Conte or Surrey, but the game was less fun," he said.

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