Real Madrid’s Belgian forward Eden Hazard has ruled out a return to the Premier League with Chelsea FC. Despite the disappointing first two seasons with the Spanish giants, Hazard is not interested in trying to reclaim his former glory days with the Blues.
Real Madrid returned بل 100 million in 2019 worth in worth by signing the blockbuster. He is seen as the first of a new generation of “galacticos” but has so far failed to live up to expectations. After establishing himself as a star footballer at Chelsea, Hazard suffered several injuries after arriving in Spain. He spent most of his first two seasons off the pitch in the Spanish capital.
In the first season, he was expected to complete Cristiano Ronaldo’s left foul, but Hazard only appeared in 16 league matches. The following year, Hazard was even sidelined with an ankle and hamstring injury, despite providing additional recovery time from the novel Corona virus epidemic.
According to Espana football, Real Madrid offered to buy Chelsea back to Belgium, but they were not interested either. Los Blancos saw an opportunity to take their bill off Hazard’s wages for the next season, and to get them as far as possible, here and there, here and there, here and there, here and there, here and there, here and there. However, both the players and the Premier League are not in line with the plan to move here and there, here and there, here and there.
Carlo Ancelotti will now have to decide on Hazard, who is now overseen by Real Madrid’s conditioning coach Antonio Paints and his team. He is hoping to get Hazard back in shape before the season starts. Most of all, the player is hoping to stay out of injury so that in the end he can live up to what Real Madrid has got.
Ancelotti has also returned Garrett Bell to his roster, a Welsh man who has vowed to stay with the club until his contract expires in 2022.
The club’s president, Florentino Perez, was hoping to bring Kylian MBP from PLG, but the French club is unwilling to listen. For now, Austrian star David Alaba is the club’s biggest signer this summer. He was officially introduced last week after joining Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich in a free transfer.