Eden Hazard Is Already Ending Careers In Real Madrid Training
Eden Hazard has only been at Real Madrid five minutes and he's already causing havoc at the club's training camp in Canada.
The Belgian winger, who has signed a five year deal with Zinedine Zidane's side, joined up with his new teammates ahead of three pre-season games in the coming days.
And judging by these individual highlights from Montreal, he's clearly in the mood to make an instant impact. Sit down.
Some Highlights of Eden #Hazard's first week at Real Madrid ... and this is just the beginning! :heart_eyes:pic.twitter.com/nhpfTTI3HK
- Nils Kern (@nilskern17) July 15, 2019
Madrid are set to partake in the International Champions Cup for the fourth year in a row.
They will travel to Houston in their first game of the tournament on July 20, where they will come up against Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich.
Hazard will also be hoping to impress against Arsenal and Atletico Madrid as he settles in with his new teammates.
the Real Madrid group as they head off on pre-season tour to Canada. new boy Eden Hazard (centre) poses with Thibaut Courtois and left-back Marcelo. Mariano Diaz, Nacho, Luka Modric, Toni Kroos, Dani Carvajal, Sergio Ramos, Karim Benzema and Raphael Varane relax on the plane pic.twitter.com/7JQKXkbLJz
- Lilian Chan (@bestgug) July 9, 2019
Hazard isn't the only player to impress on this pre-season tour of America.
Takefusa Kubo has made a huge impact in his short time at the club. In fact, the 18-year-old could find himself featuring in Zinedine Zidane's first-team squad much sooner than expected.
Spanish newspaper Diario AS claims that the Japan international has received warm approval from the Madrid coaching staff since his arrival.
Take Kubo already impressing in Real Madrid training. Won't be staying at Castilla for long. pic.twitter.com/7vUiaD2j22
- La Masia (@Youngcules) July 14, 2019
And the 18-year-old was eager to chat with Hazard during his first training sessions as a Los Blancos player.
'The Japanese Messi' is clearly brimming with confidence after approaching the former Chelsea player in training earlier.
"I watch your videos before my match!" he beamed.
Kubo seems to love working with his 'idol' Hazard, the present & the future are in good hands. pic.twitter.com/DJmIYEpyMu
- BlancoTalks (@BlancoTalks) July 14, 2019
Do you think Eden Hazard will bring much to this current Madrid squad?
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