Eden Hazard Announces Retirement From Professional Football At Age 32

Belgian football sensation Eden Hazard has officially declared his retirement from professional football at the age of 32.

This momentous decision marks the end of a remarkable career spanning 16 years, during which he graced the field in over 700 matches.

Hazard’s reflections on his decision included the profound sentiment, “You must listen to yourself and say stop at the right time.” He went on to express, “After 16 years and more than 700 matches played, I have decided to end my career as a professional footballer.”

Recounting his journey, Hazard shared, “I was able to realize my dream, I have played and had fun on many pitches around the world.” Gratitude was a recurring theme as he acknowledged the exceptional managers, coaches, and teammates who played a pivotal role in his journey. He said, “Thank you to everyone for these great times; I will miss you all.”

Hazard took a moment to extend his appreciation to the clubs that he represented over the years, including LOSC, Chelsea, and Real Madrid. He also conveyed his gratitude to the Belgian Red Devils (RBFA) for his time with the national team.

The retiring football luminary reserved a special place in his heartfelt message for his family, friends, advisors, and those who stood by him through the highs and lows of his illustrious career. In closing, he shared warm words with his fans, saying, “A huge thank you to you, my fans, who have followed me for all these years and for your encouragement everywhere I have played.”

As Eden Hazard embarks on this new chapter in life, he eagerly anticipates spending quality time with his loved ones and embarking on new experiences. In a final note to his supporters, he left them with a promise, saying, “See you off the field soon, my friends.”

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