Eden Hazard admits he has noticed that Real Madrid fans are more spent at his former club Chelsea than fans.
The Belgium moved to Real for a reported from Chelsea #130m at the summertime following seven years in Stamford Bridge.
“I think that here the fans are really fans,” stated Hazard, ahead of Wednesday’s Champions League group match against Paris Saint-Germain.
“In England there are not so many lovers, folks there like soccer and everyone, young men and women, adults, teens, are very interested in their football, but they are not so fanatical in their own groups.
“In the time that I was in Chelsea and we dropped, we were frustrated as were the lovers, but I never felt it was a disaster.
“When you are at Real Madrid, even if it is my very first year, speaking to the fans, they always expect you to win the Champions League,” he continued.
“This is the reason why I believe there’s so much anticipation placed on this competition and that’s why the club has won it over any other team.”
Hazard waited for a movement away from Chelsea – that he said it would be time to move on following the 2018 World Cup – but that didn’t stop him talking of his desire while a Blue to play for Real.
“When I was at ChelseaI already knew my dream was to play [Real Madrid] someday,” he explained.
“I had not expected to play seven years in Chelsea, but in the end everything went well and I’d the chance to win something every year. I think that’s why I stayed there so long.”
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