This Tuesday, Eden Hazard announced his retirement from professional football at the age of 32, after he recently terminated his contract with Real Madrid and no viable offers emerged for his continuity in the sport.
“It is the right time to finish my career, I fulfilled a dream. You must listen to yourself and saying enough after 16 years and more than 700 games played. “I am putting an end to my time as a professional footballer,” Hazard published on his official Instagram social network account.
“I was able to make my dream come true, I played and had fun on many courses around the world. During my career I was lucky to meet great managers, coaches and teammates. Thank you, I will miss everyone,” said Hazard.
Eden Hazard’s titles
Hazard began his professional career in French Lille, where he achieved league and cup titles before moving to England. In it Chelseastood out as one of the main attackers in Europe, obtaining several titles, including two of the Premier League and two of the Europa League.
In 2019, he joined the Real Madrid, but he failed to reach his best level due to numerous injuries. There he played 76 games and scored seven goals in four seasons, a poor balance that still earned him two League titles, one Champions League, a Club World Cup, a European Super Cup, a Copa del Rey and two Spanish Super Cups.
Throughout his international career, Hazard represented Belgium in 118 matches, scoring 33 goals and participating in several important competitions, such as the World Cup and the Euro Cup.