Eden Hazard has completed his move to European powerhouse Real Madrid after inking a five-year deal that will keep him in the Spanish capital until June 2024.
Former Nigeria international Victor Moses
was teammates with Hazard before joining Fenerbahce in the January transfer window.While the Belgian arrived Stamford Bridge in June 2012 from Ligue 1 club Lille, Moses became a player of Chelsea two months later.
A day after Hazard’s move to Real Madrid was confirmed, the Nigerian congratulated the Belgium star and labelled him a Chelsea legend. During his time with The Blues, the 28-year-old winger played 352 games, scoring 110 goals, and won two Premier Leagues, two Europa Leagues, an FA Cup and a League Cup title.
Writing on Twitter, Moses said: ”Good luck to my brother @hazardeden10 🙌🏿 it was a pleasure playing with you and a true honour for me to be able to have called you my teammate 🙏🏿 you will always be a true Chelsea legend. Good luck bro 💙”. Moses, now on loan at Fenerbahce, could end his spell with Chelsea in the summer transfer window having been linked with a permanent transfer to Inter Milan.