Eden Hazard is yet adapting to Real Madrid. The Belgium attacker arrived as one of the possible successors from Cristiano Ronaldo, but couldn’t secure himself at the LaLiga side and show his great talent. After all, more than a year has already passed, but he is still trying to gain confidence.
Real Madrid paid $120 million to Chelsea for him on July 2019 and the player invested the fortune in things that he liked. One of them, despite cars and luxuries, is an incredible house that he bought in Madrid for more than $10 million and where the playmaker lives with his wife Natacha and his sons Yannis, Leo and Samy.
The incredible house has all the mod cons needed by the player, counting 10 bathrooms, a pool, a gym, a spa and more. It was the place where him and his family passed the quarantine period dictated for the COVID-19 pandemic. The house was designed by the prestigious architect Joaquín Torres.
Hazard bought the mansion just a couple of months ago to one of the Spanish most popular signing ever, Alejandro Sanz. For now, it hasn’t brought lucky for him, as he couldn’t show his best level at Real Madrid and suffered several injuries. Hazard scored against Inter his first Champions League goal at the club some days ago.