Injuries have restricted him to just 66 appearances in all competitions in three seasons. It has been marked as the lowest phase of his career.
However, this summer shines brightly for the winger, for he will be now able to play without pain for the first time since November 2019.
Speaking to 90 Min, Hazard was currently with Belgium squad, but while in a break from the international camp, he went to a Real supporters’ group in Belgium to discuss what will be his future with the club.
“I know I’m indebted to the president, to the wonderful Madrid fans who gave me an incredible welcome at the Bernabeu, and to my teammates and my coach,” he said.
“This season I am very excited to finally demonstrate what I have not been able to demonstrate since I arrived at Madrid.”
On his ankle injury, Hazard added: “It doesn’t hurt anymore and I feel much better. The injury is already forgotten.”
His manager Carlo Ancelotti has always believed in the player. The fact is that Eden Hazard is one of the top talents in world football. With his successful surgery, he is now back to impress the Santiago Bernabeu crowd.