Ex-Chelsea star Hazard buys futuristic £10m Madrid mansion with pool and six bedrooms from Spanish singer



Posted Friday, August 16, 2019 by Thesun.co.uk

EDEN HAZARD has wasted no time in spending his Real Madrid earnings after scooping up a stunning £10million mansion.

The property is in the Spanish capital's plush La Finca neighbourhood, where several of the 28-year-old's team-mates live.

Ex-Chelsea star Hazard buys futuristic £10m Madrid mansion with pool and six bedrooms from Spanish singer
Eden Hazard and his family should be comfortable in their luxury pad

Ex-Chelsea star Hazard buys futuristic £10m Madrid mansion with pool and six bedrooms from Spanish singer
The house is in the reputable La Finca neighbourhood of Madrid

Ex-Chelsea star Hazard buys futuristic £10m Madrid mansion with pool and six bedrooms from Spanish singer
What footballer's mansion would be complete without a pool?

Designed by renowned architect Joaquin Torres, 'Casa de Hazard' is famous for its distinctive black stone and state-of-the-art furnishings.

Hazard's family, which includes wife Natacha and sons Yannis, Leo and Samy, will have the run of six bedrooms, a pool, gym, spa, tennis courts and cinema room.

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.

Ex-Chelsea star Hazard buys futuristic £10m Madrid mansion with pool and six bedrooms from Spanish singer
Plenty of Real Madrid stars choose to live in the area

Ex-Chelsea star Hazard buys futuristic £10m Madrid mansion with pool and six bedrooms from Spanish singer
The whole house is kitted out with automated gadgets

Hazard, 28, reportedly arrived in Madrid a STONE overweight after enjoying his summer off.

But as long as he spends more time using his health facilities than custom wine summer, he should be OK.

Zinedine Zidane is hoping to turn around a club who fell well off the pace last season.

And he has spent handsomely to do so, with Rodrygo, Luka Jovic, Ferland Mendy and Eder Militao all arriving in big-money deals.

Hazard will bear the brunt of the responsibility, however, and may as well not bother unpacking if he does not hit the ground running.

Just ask Gareth Bale, who won four Champions League trophies in five seasons only to be turned on by the club and fans.



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