Arsenal transfer target, Eden Hazard, has put an end to rumours he will leave Real Madrid by vowing to give the club ‘everything’ next season.

The 31-year-old has been hit with injuries after injuries following his £130 million transfer from Chelsea to Madrid in 2019 (Sky Sports).

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At the time, Hazard was at the top of his game, probably the best player in the Premier League and one of the best forwards in Europe.

But, it has gone downhill for the Belgium international since then, with fitness issues, form and injuries all playing a part in his decline.

There were suggestions that a return to the Premier League could be on the cards this season, with Arsenal keen on his talents.

But, after Real Madrid clinched a record-breaking 14th European crown over the weekend, Hazard, during the club’s victory parade, sent a defiant message to his fans, as posted by Football Joe.

“Three years with injuries, lots of things,” said Hazard. “Next year, I am going to give you everything.”

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There is only so much rope Hazard can pull at the Bernabeu because the 2-time Premier League winner has to get his engine going at some point.

In England, it was a Ferrari that was gliding across the football pitch with elegance, ease and domination.

Not it’s a Fiat struggling to start in Spain’s capital and, if Hazard continues to struggle, then it’s another La Liga club putting big-money on the table for a Premier League player and them flopping.

Carlo Ancellotti is the master at bringing the best out of superstar players and if he can’t get Hazard going again, then the player only has himself to blame.

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