In a recent interview with Belgian TV channel RTL, Chelsea star Eden Hazard admitted that playing under Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane is one of the biggest dreams of the Belgian star.
Hazard revealed that Zidane is one of his biggest idols in the game of Football and he has a tremendous amount of respect for the former French national star. The Chelsea star says that he respects the Real boss as a manager and also idolized during his playing days.
During his interview, Hazard said that he isn’t sure what the future holds for him but believes that playing under Zidane is certainly going to be one of his dreams come true. But, however, he added that currently he is focused on life at Chelsea FC and believes he is yet to achieve a lot with The Blues.
The Chelsea number ten also admitted that he would like to work with current Manchester United boss and former Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho once again. Hazard claimed that he likes facing the Portuguese manager as an opponent, but believes that if he had the chance to work with Mourinho in the future then he will be more than happy to do it.
“Of course I would enjoy working with Mourinho again. I like facing him also as an opponent. If we were to work together in the future it would be with pleasure.”
Jose Mourinho managed Eden Hazard with Chelsea FC till the year 2015, before getting sacked, but Hazard has claimed that his playing career under Mourinho was one of the worst periods of his entire career.
The 26-year-old then added that there have been a few bad times in his career one of them being constantly being dropped to the bench by Mourinho during his Chelsea tenure.
However, the former winger admits that there have also been a lot of highs throughout his career, one of them is winning the double [The French Cup and the Ligue 1] with French club Lillie, which remains as a special moment to him.
“To win with Chelsea, I am not saying it is easy, but it’s a big club so we are more used to winning. At Lillie we’re not used to it—we won the French Cup and Ligue 1. That will rest with the supporters for a long time.”