EDEN HAZARD is starting to show signs that he’s settled into life in Madrid, bagging his first Champions League goal for the club against Inter Milan.
The Belgium star, 29, had initially struggled with his weight and fitness, but is now justifying the £88million outlay the La Liga Giants paid for him back in 2019.
And he lives in a home fitting for a Galactico – a £10million futuristic mansion in the plush La Finca neighbourhood, where his team mates live.
Designed by Spanish architect Joaquin Torres, the property is distinctive for its black stone and state-of-the-art furnishings.
It boasts six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms for Hazard’s family – wife Natacha and their sons Yannis, Leo and Samy.
The ex-Chelsea playmaker has a pool, as well as a gym – meaning the mansion is quarantine-ready.
And the amenities don’t end there. There’s a spa, should the family wish to wind down and a tennis court.
The family can also snuggle down together for movie night in their home cinema room.
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Meanwhile, the entire house is automated with blackout blinds and other top-of-the-line gadgets able to be set and run by computer for optimal comfort.
Some of the walls are even made with giant crystals that give an impressive contrast to the stone without allowing any light to get through.
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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 – appearing just 27 times in all competitions for the club since his arrival, and testing positive for the coronavirus earlier this month.