Secret partnerborse Mönchengladbach

The transfer fee was reported as €8 million (£5.9 million), 16 times as much as Chelsea paid for him.During an interview about his move becoming permanent in the summer, Hazard confirmed that his deal does contain a buy-back clause and that he still dreams of returning to Stamford Bridge in the future.His father spent most of his career playing at semi-professional level with R. Similar to his brother's move to Lille, his parents accepted an offer from Lens with hopes that the training facilities in France would be better, here he met fellow Belgium player and future Chelsea team-mate Charly Musonda.Hazard's father later admitted that Eden was much better than Thorgan, and that joining clubs in the North of France was the best solution stating "They remained so close to home and, at the same time, they integrated at structures where they could grow, because in Belgium, unfortunately, it's a little empty for the training of youth".

He made his debut on 17 August 2012 in an Under-21 Premier League match, which ended in a 0–0 home draw against Manchester City in what was to be his only appearance in Chelsea colours before leaving the club.On , Hazard put in an impressive shift as he scored the game's opening goal from the penalty spot before providing two assists in a 5–2 defeat of Club Brugge at the Regenboogstadion in Waregem.After the incident, reported rumors started afterward stating that the move to make Thorgan the club captain was one of the conditions in the loan deal imposed by Chelsea.On 6 December 2014, Hazard started against Hertha Berlin, only his second start in the Bundesliga.He played the full 90 minutes and assisted Tony Jantschke for the first goal of the game in the opening 10 minutes, as well as scoring the winning goal in the 83rd minute, his first of the Bundesliga season.

Secret partnerborse Mönchengladbach

Having previously played at every level in the Belgian national youth team system, he was handed his first senior international cap against the United States in May 2013.While playing in Belgium for SV Zulte-Waregem for two seasons, he was first awarded the Belgian Golden Shoe in January 2014, a prize for the best footballer in the Belgian Pro League, Hazard was born in the city of La Louvière, but was raised in Braine-le-Comte, a small town in the Wallonia region. His older brother, Eden, played for Lens' biggest rivals Lille and now plays for Chelsea in England. Hazard began his football career playing for hometown club Royal Stade Brainois at the age of five.Hazard also won the Belgian Player of the Year Award for his performances at SV Zulte Waregem. secret partnerborse Mönchengladbach-53secret partnerborse Mönchengladbach-1 On 5 July 2014, Hazard was loaned to Borussia Mönchengladbach of the German Bundesliga for the upcoming season.He joined on a five-year contract till June 2020, a buy-back agreement with Chelsea included.

The contract consists of four years, along with one year optional.

Hazard, addressing these rumors said - "I signed a contract here, because I want to play here." On 28 September, Hazard scored his first Champions League goal, opening scoring against FC Barcelona at Borussia-Park before the visitors went on to win 1–2.

Hazard is a Belgian youth international and has represented his nation at under-16, under-17, and under-18 level.

In his interview, Hazard stated "I am focusing on excelling at Borussia Monchengladbach, but I still hope to play for Chelsea one day." Hazard scored his first ever hat-trick in a 6–1 victory over BSC Young Boys in the second leg of the Champions League play-off round on 24 August 2016.

Mönchengladbach set a record with a 9-2 aggregate scoreline which is the biggest ever margin of victory in a play-off tie.

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