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The Belgian star has endured a nightmare time at Los Blancos, where he's been plagued by injury and scored just six goals since his £88.5 million move from Chelsea.
He's won two La Liga titles and now got his hands on the Champions League following the team's 1-0 win over Liverpool in the final at the Stade de France, Paris.
But Hazard played just 83 minutes in the run towards Real's 14th European Cup triumph and only started seven games in La Liga.
And while the likes of Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo Goes were more influential in the success, Hazard told Real fans that they will see the best of him next term.
“These have been three difficult years but next year I will give everything for you guys,” Hazard said on stage after grabbing the mic at Real's celebrations in the iconic Plaza de Cibele.
“I’m sure that next year will be mine, I’ve no doubts.”
His teammates then showed him a lot of love, embracing him and jumping up and down in some superb scenes.
Eden Hazard: “This year I couldn't, but next year I'm going to give everything for you.”— TC (@totalcristiano) May 29, 2022
All the players run to hug him.
Love this man so much, just want him to flourish one or two seasons in royal white.❤️❤️❤️❤️ https://t.co/fgVMT5Vevs— Arpit (@haqsesinghal) May 30, 2022
Watched it so many times and love every bit of it https://t.co/I8rQvU8UNZ— why so Serious ? (@rmcf_roshan) May 30, 2022
Expect nothing less 👏👏👏 even Marcelo who’s leaving ran up to support him!! Love this team 🤍 https://t.co/Oa6Q2zpglA— Jozy (Strawhat SZN) (@JEV1205) May 30, 2022
He has so much charisma and so much personality. No wonder people support him. Things like these matter. He exudes joy and happiness meanwhile others sulk on the bench or at home. https://t.co/Nj2qefaEMl— GC (@ReyesDeBernabeu) May 29, 2022
There was also a special send-off for captain Marcelo, who is leaving the club after 15 glorious years in the Spanish capital.
The Brazilian left-back has lifted a staggering 25 trophies in his tenure at Real and was full of emotion as he brought out the Champions League at last night's event.
He leaves as the club's most successful player. Summarising his time at Real, Marcelo said: "I am very happy, I'm satisfied. I finish my journey in Madrid as a player but I will be part of this club surely because this is my life. I'll play for a while and then I will return here "