Check out “Eden Hazard Explains His Reason for Retiring at 32″Remember how Eden Hazard shocked everyone by announcing his retirement from professional football on October 10, 2023?

Real Madrid announced the 32-year-old Belgian winger’s signing three months after they mutually terminated his contract. Hazrad left Real Madrid on July 1, 2023, and most of his fans thought he would return to Chelsea or join the Saudi Pro League or Major League Soccer.

Eden Hazard, who has not played for his country since December 2022, was forced to withdraw from the competition after failing to receive a decent offer during his three-month absence from a club.

Hazard acknowledged in an interview with L’Avenir—which was cited earlier today, October 19, by Italian transfer specialist Fabrizio Romano—that he dislikes training, contrary to what the majority of his teammates have previously claimed.

The 33-goal scorer in 126 appearances for his nation, the Belgian international, also stated he didn’t want to play for money, which suggests a Middle Eastern club likely approached him when he was without a club.

Eden Hazard Explains His Reason for Retiring at 32

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Neymar Cries Out for Help After Rupturing His ACL

Neymar has a history of ailments, dating back to when he moved from FC Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain in Ligue 1. Most PSG supporters became frustrated with him last season due to his ongoing injury problems, and they staged protests against him until he made the decision to sign a transfer agreement worth an estimated €90 million to join Al Hilal, a Saudi Pro League team.

After joining the team, the 31-year-old Brazilian attacker was injured for a month. Brazil’s 2-0 loss to Uruguay in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday, October 17, saw Neymar leave on a stretcher with a catastrophic knee injury, damaging Brazil and Saudi Arabia.

In the first half, the Brazil international landed awkwardly while challenging Nicolas de la Cruz for the ball. Al Hilal announced on Wednesday, October 18, that Neymar may miss the rest of the season due to ACL and meniscus rupture.

Neymar posted a statement on his Instagram page following the injury, expressing his disappointment and asking for his loved ones’ support. “It’s a very sad moment, the worst of my life,” he murmured.

“I know I’m strong, but right now I need my friends and family’s support,” “Being hurt, having surgery, and then having to do it all over again in just four months is not easy.