The Belgian winger Eden Hazard will bring a great deal of success and silverware to Real Madrid in the foreseeable future says Roberto Martinez. The Los Blancos winger has just demonstrated he is a headliner in his recent performances for the whites.
Following quite a while over his future at Stamford Bridge, Hazard finished a major cash move to Madrid from Chelsea in June 2019, a reported fee of approximately €100 million.
The 29-year-old cut out a notoriety for being perhaps the best assailant in European football during his seven-year remain in England, and was required to arrive at similar statures at Santiago Bernabeu.
In any case, Hazard played 20 appearances in all competitions in his first season in Spain as he has been eclipsed by tireless injury issues, which have limited his game time.
The Belgian has assisted thrice this season and bagging just one goal in his first La Liga season for Madrid.
The Belgium supervisor thinks the previous Chelsea keyman is approaching the finish of a baffling period and will become an asset to Zinedine Zidane’s side in the coming future:
“I’m making a very positive assessment because you have to measure a player in good times and also in bad times.
“This year has been the most difficult moment in Eden’s career because he has never missed as many games as this.” – he said.
“Hazard has shown Real Madrid that he is a star player to create a project around for the future and that he is going to bring a lot of success to the club and the supporters.
“The fact that La Liga has been delayed has been a great advantage for Eden to be able to play again before the end of the season.
“He is now fully prepared both physically and mentally to take this project forward.” – the Spanish native manager added.
The Belgium national team manager also praised Madrid No 1 in goal Thibaut Courtois after he had a brilliant 2019-20 campaign after being initially was criticised by football experts.
“On a team level he’s performing at a very consistent level, he’s delivering points and showing up when the team needs him.” – he said.
“For me, he’s the best goalkeeper in the world, his size and his technical ability allow him to make saves that other goalkeepers can’t make.” – he concluded.