To say Eden Hazard has struggled at Real Madrid is an understatement.
He arrived in Spain 16 months ago after establishing himself as one of the best players in the world at Chelsea.
In fact, many would argue the Belgian was behind only the likes of Neymar, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in quality.
But it simply hasn't happened for him at the Bernabeu.
Hazard has been riddled with injuries, suffering a hairline fracture in the foot and a fibula fracture in his first season.
Through just those two issues, he missed 20 games for Real Madrid between December 2019 and May 2020.
On top of that, the forward has also suffered hamstring and ankle injuries, while a number of knocks have kept him out of recent fixtures.
In total, he's missed 35 matches for Los Blancos and made it onto the pitch just 22 times.
Given his horror start to life at Madrid, no one would be surprised if Hazard's transfer value had dropped.
But it's not just done that... it's absolutely plummeted.
That's a €90 million drop in less than one and a half years. Brutal.
You've got to feel for Hazard too. It's just not worked out at Real Madrid.
Sure, he's got plenty of time to turn it around and we hope he will be the galactico that can inspire the La Liga champions to further glory.
Zinedine Zidane will be desperate to have his forward back after the international break, but his current injury will keep him sidelined until November at the earliest.
When he does return, Hazard needs to stay fit and healthy. Hopefully then, he can finally find some form.
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