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Eden Hazard announces his retirement from the game of football at the age of 32



Eden Hazard, a former player for Chelsea and Real Madrid, has declared his retirement from the game at the age of 32.

The former captain of Belgium announced his retirement from football on Tuesday via his Instagram page. He had played the game for 16 years.


You must listen to yourself and quit when it is appropriate, he advised.

“I have decided to finish my career as a professional player after 16 years and more than 700 games. I was able to fulfill my dream, and I have enjoyed playing on numerous fields all over the world.


Thank you to everyone for these wonderful moments; I will miss you all. Throughout my career, I had the good fortune to work with excellent management, coaches, and colleagues.

“I also want to thank the teams I’ve played for, including LOSC, Chelsea, and Real Madrid, as well as the RBFA for selecting me for the Belgian national team. A particular thank you to my friends, family, advisors, and those who have stood by me through good and difficult times.


Finally, I want to express my gratitude to all of you, my fans, for supporting me over the years and for your support wherever I have performed. I should spend time with my loved ones and try new things right now. Soon, my friends, I’ll see you off the field.

Despite making only 76 appearances in four seasons with Real Madrid, the winger has been without a club since being released by the club in the summer.

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