- Eden Hazard may not have started his reign at Real Madrid on a bright note due to injuries
- The Belgian lives in a state-of-the-art mansion worth about £10m
- Hazard joined Los Blancos from Chelsea last summer in a five-year deal valued around £90m
Belgian forward Eden Hazard joined Real Madrid last summer but has not settled in well at the club owing to the series of injuries he has suffered.
The 29-year-old winger has managed just one goal and five assists in 15 appearances across competitions so far this season.
He suffered a fracture in February and will not be expected back in training until later this month which might be good for Los Blancos ahead of the league resumption maybe next month.
The former Chelsea star is, however, enjoying life outside the pitch in Spain as he lives in a £10 million mansion in Madrid.
His exotic apartment is located in the La Finca neighbourhood, the same area many of his teammates currently live.
The building boasts six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms, a pool, as well as a gym for Hazard and his wife Natacha and their sons Yannis, Leo and Samy.
And that is where they have been self-isolating since the outbreak of deadly coronavirus pandemic which has caused all leagues to go on suspension.
The mansion also has a spa and a tennis court, while the family can also decide to go for movie nights in their home cinema room.
According to SunSport, the house is automated with blackout blinds and other top-of-the-line gadgets able to be set and run by computer for optimal comfort.
Hazard bought the home from famous Spanish singer, 17-time Grammy winner Alejandro Sanz.
However, it hasn't brought him the luck he would've hoped for - scoring just once in 15 games for the club before the coronavirus crisis halted the Spanish football season.
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