Eden Hazard has made an admission revealing that his first couple of seasons in a Real Madrid shirt "have not been good" amid transfer speculation on a possible return to Chelsea.
The Belgian international, who left Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2019 for just over £100million to join Los Blancos, was linked with a sensational return to west London over the transfer window, but will now play out his third season in the Spanish capital.
In an interview with HLN,
"I signed with Real Madrid for five seasons. The first two have not been good, the injuries have not helped me, but I still have three more to prove my worth.
"I hope it works, I hope to get up one morning and feel great on the training ground. If I feel pain there, I drag it to the games and I will continue to have it. I am waiting for that moment when I can show my worth again.
"Real Madrid have already spent a lot of money on me. I want to give something back to them."
"People think that I am always injured. That is the truth. But if you review my career there is not a player who, for a period of 10 years, has played as many games as I have," he added.
"I do what I have to do. I work daily with the physio. That's what I do.
"Since the beginning of the season we have done a great job with the physical trainer.
"At the moment it is going well, I am feeling better, but I am not completely 100% still. I hope we continue like this."
Source - football.london
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