‘Immediately’ – Eden Hazard given brutal career advice by his own brother after Chelsea transfer call

Eden Hazard’s brother, Kylian, has encouraged the former Chelsea and Real Madrid star to give up his boots. The 32-year-old winger has been left without a club this season after his contract at the Santiago Bernabeu expired with still a year remaining.

He suffered a number of injuries after leaving the Blues and joining Real Madrid, so he struggled to secure a place in the starting line-up. Even when Hazard was available for selection, the Belgium international was unable to overtake Vinicius Junior, Marco Asensio or Rodrygo in the pecking order.

In fact, on several occasions Federico Valverde, who is normally a box-to-box midfielder, was preferred on the right wing by Carlo Ancelotti during his stay in the Spanish capital. Since becoming a free agent, there has been much speculation regarding Hazard’s future, with people close to him claiming he has rejected offers from six clubs.

With the season well underway, they have been urged to enjoy their hard work. In an interview with Spanish publication Diario AS, Eden’s younger brother Killian revealed that the Chelsea legend still lives in Madrid and has decided to take a step back from professional football.

“He’s not progressing at the moment, but I don’t know if his career is over or not,” Killian said. “It will be up to him to say if he takes a final decision. Eden is in Madrid because his children go to school there and he has decided to rest for the time being.

“He’s trying to enjoy life right now. He still loves football, it’s always been his biggest passion and that’s why he gave everything for every team he played for. ”

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