I can still play for another five or six years – Eden Hazard


Real Madrid forward, Eden Hazard, has revealed when he will retire from football.

Hazard said he would keep playing football for at least another six years before he would hang up his boots.

The 30-year-old said this ahead of Real Madrid’s La Liga clash with Getafe on Tuesday night.

The Belgium international has had a torrid time with form and fitness since his €100million transfer from Chelsea to Real Madrid in 2019.

“I am just hoping to play football for as long as possible, and I always try to enjoy myself on the pitch,” Hazard told On The Front Foot.

“When it comes to the end of my career, I can look back at my achievements, but my priority now is playing well and enjoying my football.

“I don’t think about where I will be in the next few years. I try to focus on the next match and the next training session.

“I have only just turned 30 so as long as my body feels good. Hopefully, I can keep playing for at least another five or six years.”

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