Eden Hazard, 32, wants to stay in Madrid after being released by Real Madrid. He has an offer from the United States, but if he accepts it, he will have to change his residence. In this situation, he is considering the option of ‘retirement’.
“Eden Hazard is considering retirement,” the British newspaper The Sun reported on 8 August.
Azar joined Chelsea from LOSC Lille in the English Premier League in 2012 and spearheaded the Blues’ attack with the league’s best crack until 2019.먹튀검증
During his time at Chelsea, Azar was the ‘King of the Premier League’ and the ‘Conqueror’. He was an ‘all-round’ striker, capable of scoring and creating chances with his delicate ball control, blistering pace, powerful shot, and incisive passing. He was rarely sidelined by injury, making a whopping 352 appearances in his seven seasons at Chelsea.
In those 352 games, he scored 110 goals and provided 92 assists, winning two Premier League titles (2014-2015, 2016-2017), one FA Cup (2017-2018), and two UEFA Europa League titles (2012-2013, 2018-2019).
Despite this, Azar had a tough time after his move to Real Madrid.
After leaving Chelsea in 2019 for a whopping €160 million, Azpilicueta has made just 76 official appearances (3,736 minutes) in four seasons at Real Madrid. He has just 19 attacking points (seven goals and 12 assists). He suffered from frequent injuries as a result of his failure to control his weight.
Four days earlier, Azar and Real Madrid had terminated his contract by mutual consent. However, Azar wants to stay in Madrid. He is considering retirement to make this happen.
“He has settled well in the city of Madrid and now speaks Spanish fluently,” said The Sun. As a result, he doesn’t want to leave Madrid. He will stay in Madrid with his family.”
“US Major League Soccer (MLS) team Vancouver Whitecaps have offered him a contract, but it doesn’t fit with his plans to stay in the Spanish capital, so he is considering retirement,” the publication explained.