News – USA – Eden Hazard’s former Chelsea team-mate claims he has no ambitions


Former Chelsea defender Filipe Luis has claimed that Real Madrid striker Eden Hazard does not have the ambition to become the best player in the world

Luis announced that the Belgian had never really trained during their time together at Stamford Bridge and that the video game “Mario Kart” would be played in the dressing room a few minutes before the game started

The Belgian international made a name for himself as one of the Premier League’s biggest attackers during his seven-year stay in London

He scored 110 goals and provided 92 assists in 352 games for the Blues, cementing his status as a club legend

Due to his performances, he moved to Spanish giants Real Madrid in the summer of 2019, but the 30-year-old struggled to make a similar impression with the reigning La Liga champions

Hazard has only played 35 games for Los Blancos since arriving over 18 months ago. During that time, he has only contributed four goals and seven assists in all competitions

The striker was plagued by injuries while at the Bernabéu and is currently out with a hamstring injury

Hazard’s disappointing tenure at Real Madrid could be explained by some of his unprofessional habits during his time at Chelsea

Former Blues left-back Luis spoke to the Daily Mail and said Hazard had no desire to claim himself as the best player in the world

“Eden and Neymar are the best players I’ve ever played with – up there with (Lionel) Messi,” said the 35-year-old

“He wasn’t training well, five minutes before the game he would be playing Mario Kart in the locker room

“But then nobody could take the ball from him. He would dribble past three or four players and win games alone

“Hazard has so much talent. Maybe he lacks the ambition to say,” I will be the best player in the world”Because it could be”

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News – USA – Eden Hazard’s former Chelsea team-mate claims he has no ambitions