21 Jul Eden Hazard news: Real Madrid brand new boy was’a baby’ in Chelsea but is prepared to triumph with Blancos
The Belgium global ahead believes he developed enough throughout a seven-year bout at Stamford Bridge to prosper in the Santiago Bernabeu
Eden Hazard claims to have been”a baby” when he joined Chelsea, but today feels mature enough to provide on the exalted expectations at Real Madrid.
The Belgium global is one of the ones to have arrived in the Santiago Bernabeu during the next summer of change to Los Blancos.
Substantial money was spent in prising him away from Stamford Bridge, together with all the 28-year old regarded as in the summit of his powers and also a fantastic match for Madrid’s’Galactico’ mold.
Hazard is conscious of the pressure he’s going to do under, but thinks he is prepared to embrace that challenge after working hard to place himself in this position.
He advised Jay Shetty:”If you play Madrid you need to win each year.
“If in a year that you don’t win the Champions League, the lovers are mad but it’s ordinary at a club such as this. You have to win and that is why I am here.
“What could I donate? I moved to Chelsea seven decades ago as a kid but I’m more mature today – I’ve played over 500 matches, but I’m 28 years old and that I still feel young.
“La Liga is very different in the Premier League however, with experience, you adapt immediately. I believe that adventure is the most significant thing.”
Hazard can get his first taste of life as a true player when they face Bayern Munich at the International Champions Cup.
He’s excited about getting moving, after so much speculation surrounding his future, also admits he needs game time so as to develop his sharpness and then hit the floor running in 2019-20.
Hazard added:”It is only friendly matches [coming up] but for me personally it is definitely going to be my very first match with Real Madrid so naturally I would like to impress everybody; my teammates, the boss, the lovers so that I will attempt to do my very best.
“I attempt to play openly, at times it’s hard in football, but I am the sort of player that, if he fails to play openly, it is bad.
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“I love to place myself on the best, then on the abandoned, occasionally in the middle, playing by impulse.
“That is football for me personally – intuition. I don’t think about every action cautiously in another I make the choice.”
That strategy has functioned Hazard nicely to this stage, with a guy with 102 international caps to his name having become a winner of 2 Premier League names, the FA Cup, League Cup and a few Europa League crowns throughout a powerful spell at Chelsea.