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Hazard takes the mic at Cibeles and sets himself a challenge: I’m going to give my all for you!


Eden Hazard surprised all the Real Madrid fans at the Plaza de Cibeles by taking the microphone and launching a message of optimism for the future.

Marcelo, Dani Carvajal, Casemiro, Karim Benzema, Vinicius Junior, Rodrygo Goes and Carlo Ancelotti had already spoken when the Belgian asked to take the floor.

Hazard, who after three years at Real Madrid is more eager than ever, is looking forward to the future.

Real Madrid fans, I’ve been here for three years with so many injuries, with so many things…. But next year I’m going to give my all for you,” said Hazard, who as soon as he finished speaking was hugged by all his teammates.

Everyone surrounded him and jumped up and down with him, making it clear that he is one of the most-loved players in the dressing room.

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Eden Hazard’s future

The 31-year-old has had a hard time and knows he owes a lot to Real Madrid.

Hazard was in the running to leave the club back in March. It was believed that the club would put him up for sale this summer, but nothing could be further from the truth.

The Belgian does not want to leave, something he has already told the club and Ancelotti, and they are delighted. Hazard does not cause any problems because his attitude is always spot on and now, without injuries, he is more motivated than ever and convinced that he can succeed at Real Madrid.

With his speech at Cibeles it is clear that Hazard is already motivated ahead of next season at Real Madrid.





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