Eden Hazard reveals his dream job

Eden Hazard
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Eden Hazard has hinted a potential new role in football as he gears up for his Chelsea comeback.

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The 33 year old retired from football last year after struggling with injuries at Real Madrid.

Eden Hazard won the Premier League, Europa League and FA Cup twice as well as a League Cup during his seven years at Chelsea.

He left Chelsea for Real Madrid in 2019 but failed to replicate his magic at the Spanish club due to injury issues. He played just 76 times and scored only seven goals in four seasons for Real Madrid.

Hazard has now revealed he misses playing football but also insisted he relishes his new found freedom after opting to hang up his boots.

Eden Hazard told The Standard: “I enjoy it a lot. I miss my football a bit, especially being with the lads in the dressing room, but I can do what I want now.

“I have kids and a family. I can go to Belgium to see my family, brothers and parents. I can do a lot of things.”

Although he did hint at a potential new career after discovering a new love in the beautiful game.

Eden Hazard added: “I don’t know [what’s next].

“I don’t think I’ll coach professionally, but I think I can coach for youth teams.

“I have kids, and I want to teach them how to play football.”

However, Hazard will pull his boots back on at his old Stamford Bridge stomping ground on June 9 to feature in Soccer Aid for UNICEF’s World XI against an England XI that will be managed by Frank Lampard.

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