Unemployed Premier League legend Eden Hazard drops biggest hint yet he’s retiring at 32 on documentary | The Sun

EDEN HAZARD has dropped the biggest hint yet that he’s planning to retire aged 32.

The Chelsea legend remains without a club after leaving Real Madrid over the summer.

He is believed to have turned down several offers, including a mega deal from Saudi Arabia.

And Hazard is thought to be mulling retirement ahead of his 33rd birthday in January.

But he has now dropped the biggest hint yet that his playing career is over.

A new documentary on the Belgium national team called ‘Believe’ is set to be released.


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In the film, Hazard appears to suggest that his life as a professional footballer is coming to an end.

He says: “It’s time to enjoy life by drinking a few beers.”

When Hazard does decide to retire, it will bring the curtain down on one of the top careers in the modern game.

Hazard first made his mark in France with Lille, netting 50 goals in 194 games while leading them to a league and cup double in 2011.

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Hazard then secured a £32million to Chelsea the following year.

He ended up spending seven seasons at Stamford Bridge, scoring 110 times in 352 outings.

And Hazard delivered a host of trophies to fans, winning two Premier Leagues, two Europa Leagues and an FA Cup.

In 2019 he completed a move to Real Madrid worth up to £150m.

But injuries started to take their toll, and Hazard bagged just seven goals in 76 games for Los Blancos.

He did end up winning two titles, a Copa del Rey and the 2022 Champions League.

But after making just six league appearances last term, Hazard exited Real with a year still remaining on his contract.

He also announced his retirement from the Belgium national side last season, quitting after his country’s group stage exit at the World Cup.

Hazard scored 33 goals in 126 games for Belgium and was a key member of their ‘Golden Generation’ squad including Kevin De Bruyne and Vincent Kompany.

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