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Eden Hazard: Victor Moses Pays Tribute to Ex Chelsea Teammate After Announcing His Retirement
- Victor Moses has paid tribute to Eden Hazard following his retirement from football
- The former Real Madrid star decided to call time on football at the young age of 32
- Hazard and Moses had a successful time together while playing for Chelsea in England
Former Super Eagles star Victor Moses has paid tribute to his former Chelsea teammate Eden Hazard after he announced his retirement from professional football.
The former Belgium international decided to call time on football at the age of 32 after being without a club for a couple of months after leaving Real Madrid as a free agent in the summer.
The former Lille forward reportedly rejected a move to Major League Soccer and the Saudi Pro League.
Moses, who played alongside the Belgian star at Stamford Bridge, took to his official handle on X (formerly known as Twitter) to comment on the former Real Madrid star's retirement from football, according to Complete Sports.
"What a player! Legend in the game! It was a pleasure playing with you @hazardeden10, and enjoy your retirement mate 💯❤️," he said.
The former Super Eagles winger played alongside Hazard at Chelsea for three seasons, and they won the Premier League title, Europa League and the FA Cup together.
The 32-year-old would be majorly remembered for his time with French Ligue 1 side Lille LOSC and the Blues.
Hazard's time with Real Madrid was a disaster but managed to win two Spanish La Liga titles, the Copa Del Rey, the Spanish Super Cup, the Club World Cup, the UEFA Super Cup and the UEFA Champions League.
Moffi reacts to Hazard's retirement
Sports Brief previously reported that Super Eagles star, Terem Moffi reacted to Hazard's retirement from football at the age of 32.
The Nice OGC striker hailed the Chelsea legend while reacting to a post by the Premier League’s official page on X (formerly known as Twitter), according to Complete Sports.
Hazard's disastrous club career with Los Blancos can not take away his legendary status in the game, especially considering his time with Lille and Chelsea.