32yearold Hazard Chooses to Retire Listens to Himself

Breaking News: Eden Hazard Announces Retirement

Belgian Star Ends Career at 32

Eden Hazard, the highly acclaimed Belgian footballer, has officially declared his retirement from professional football at the age of 32. After leaving Real Madrid last summer and spending three months without a club, Hazard has decided to put an end to his illustrious career.

“I believe that one must listen to oneself and know when the right moment to stop has come,” stated Hazard in a recent statement. The Belgian midfielder enjoyed a remarkable sixteen-year career, representing top clubs such as Lille OSC, Chelsea, Real Madrid, and the Belgian national team. “I have fulfilled my dream, played all over the world, and had lots of fun. It has been incredible, I will miss all of you,” he added.

Hazard’s tenure at Real Madrid, which began with a staggering €100 million transfer from Chelsea five years ago, turned out to be a disappointment. Frequent injuries prevented him from having a consistent playing time throughout his time in the Spanish capital. Nonetheless, he had cemented his status as one of the greatest Premier League players during his successful stint in England.

After leaving Real Madrid as a free agent, Hazard chose to continue residing in the Spanish capital. Despite numerous speculations linking him with various clubs, he decided not to pursue a new challenge. Last weekend, his brother Kylian provided a surprising piece of advice, saying, “If I were him, I would retire immediately. He has decided to take it easy for now and enjoy life. After such a long career, I think Eden deserves to spend time with his family.”

The football world bids farewell to an exceptional talent as Eden Hazard closes the chapter on his illustrious football career. Will his retirement leave a void in the sport? Share your thoughts below!

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