Eden Hazard can retire at the age of 32


The former player of Real Madrid, Eden Hazard, almost two months after his departure from Los Blancos, continues without finding a team and the possibility of retiring at the age of 32 is not excluded.

Uncertain future for Hazard. Real Madrid surprised everyone on June 3 when they released a statement formalizing the departure of the Belgian footballer.

“Real Madrid CF and Eden Hazard have reached an agreement whereby the player leaves the club as of June 30, 2023,” a statement read.

When the Madridistas had no hope that he could leave this summer due to his poor form, the Belgian eventually reached an agreement to end his contract, despite still having a year to run.

Since June 3, there have been many rumors and news about the next destination of the Belgian striker, but none have been concreted.

The team that showed the most interest in him was RWD Molenbeek, who have just returned to the first division of Belgian football and his brother, Kylian Hazard, plays for that club. Great interest, but it seems that Hazard will not play with his brother.


There was also interest from Mayor League Soccer, and the Belgian even rejected an offer from Inter Miami, so the player still remains without a team.

According to AS newspaper, retirement is an option that gains strength over time. The numerous muscle injuries he has had in his last few years at Madrid, the few minutes he has played and the poor level he has shown means that no team is actively looking for the Belgian.

Hazard and his family have settled in Madrid, where they feel very comfortable and where they want to live. This point makes the withdrawal or early retirement of the Belgian an option, as it seems unlikely that any team from Madrid (Rayo Vallecano, Getafe or Atletico Madrid) would bet on his signature.