Former Real Madrid and Chelsea midfielder, Eden Hazard has claimed he does not miss football after retiring at 32.
Hazard was at the 2023 Ballon d’Or award ceremony where he presented the Kopa Trophy to Jude Bellingham.
When asked by the host, Didier Drogba how his retirement is going, the Belgian gave a surprising response.
I’m enjoying life, family and the kids,” Hazard said.
“I can do what I want. It’s a perfect life. At the moment I don’t miss playing football. Let’s see in a few months. My kids asked me to come to the Ballon d’Or so I said, ‘Okay, let’s go and spend the night in Paris.’”
Hazard confirmed his retirement from football earlier in October, four months after he left Real Madrid when his contract ended.