Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah said that Eden Hazard’s luck had run out since his mega-money move from Chelsea to Real Madrid, speaking to Marca. Hazard left Stamford Bridge for Spain in 2019, following seven years of incredible service. He won two Premier League titles, a pair of Europa Leagues, made 352 appearances and scored 110 goals during his Blues career.
Madrid made him their club-record signing after striking a deal worth £130m (Sky Sports). It’s really been downhill for the brilliant Belgian ever since he stepped foot at the Bernabeu. The 30-year-old has played just 36 times for Los Blancos and is yet to complete 90 minutes of football this season.
All manner of injuries have seriously stumped his progress with the La Liga champions
His most recent issue will manage him out of Madrid’s next Champions League tie against Liverpool and Salah.
At the point when found out if this Zinedine Zidane side was more regrettable than the one that played the Reds in the 2018 last, Salah said: “It’s unique. They’ve lost some extraordinary players, as Cristiano Ronaldo – the best in the club’s set of experiences, somebody that scored such countless objectives. “Simultaneously, they’ve marked (Eden) Hazard. Eden’s been unfortunate, he’s been harmed… But it’s an alternate group.” Salah likewise added: “Peril. I have an extraordinary relationship with him, he excelled at Chelsea, however he’s not getting any karma right now.”
Unfortunately, the Egyptians move didn’t exactly work out like Hazard’s and was sold to Roma two years after his arrival in South West London. There won’t be a reunion of the former teammates when Liverpool takes on Madrid next Tuesday, to the heartache of Chelsea fans.