Eden Hazard completed his dream move to Real Madrid over the summer.
He left Chelsea with the reputation as one of the world's best players and many now expect him to kick on at Los Blancos and win the Ballon d'Or once Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo retire.
But if the Belgian isn't careful, his dream move could soon turn into a nightmare.
Despite a flurry of summer signings, Real are still struggling and they were battered 3-0 by Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League on Wednesday.
That game was Hazard's first competitive start for the club, but he failed to make an impact and was slated by L'Equipe, who gave him a 2/10 rating.
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"Real Madrid's Galactico signing didn't hide but he didn't have an impact on the game either," Marca added. "They need him to be at his best sooner rather than later."
But it's not just the press giving Hazard a hard time. Rolland Courbis, a football coach who is held in high regard in France, has come out to suggest the ex-Chelsea star is 'lazy' and 'rude'.
"Hazard was considered the biggest locomotive on the market, but in reality, he is the last wagon," the former Marseille, Bordeaux and Rennes manager said.
"He started pre-season with 6 or 7 kg more than he should, it's rude. If he continues to show us that he is lazy, he should not have signed for Real Madrid."
Brutal. Hazard has started one game for Los Blancos and he's already under the microscope.
But, with Zinedine Zidane's side struggling, he needs to step up quickly.
Next up for Real is a tough trip to Sevilla on Sunday and Hazard is expected to feature from the start.
Unless he starts contributing, don't expect this negative talk to disappear anytime soon.News Now - Sport News