Eden Hazard has opened up again on his decision to quit professional football.
The Chelsea legend announced his retirement from the sport last Monday after winning nearly every trophy on the table, and according to him, he wasn’t having fun on the pitch anymore.
“I had always said that I would stop as soon as I didn’t have fun on the pitch anymore. I didn’t want to go and play somewhere for the money,” he told L’Avenir.
“It was the best solution. I didn’t enjoy training anymore… And I wasn’t playing anymore. The decision was simple.
“In life, you can’t explain everything. I am at peace with myself. I’m happy. I have so many things to do outside of football that I was able to make a serene choice.”