Hazard: I want to make history
Eden Hazard said he wants to make history at the club after he was unveiled in front of 50,000 Real fans on Thursday at Real Madrid.
He joined the screaming fans, showed of his skills after undergoing his medical in Madrid and signing a five-year contract alongside president Florentino Perez.
After being introduced by Perez, Hazard said: “I want to win many titles with Real Madrid, in this shirt. This has been my dream since I was a child and now I’m here. I just want to enjoy this moment.”
“Everyone knows Zidane has been my idol since I was a child, and him being the Madrid boss was an important factor for me coming here,” he added.
At his first official press conference as a Real player, Hazard revealed the presence of France great Zinedine Zidane as head coach, having returned to Madrid following a 10-month break, proved key to convincing him to join.
The former Chelsea player will receive £400,000 per week and will wear no.16 jersey according to reports.