Eden Hazard may have left Chelsea in a £150million move to Real Madrid, but it appears the Belgian’s heart is still in London.
The 28-year-old was pictured helping out some kids at a Greek football course at Sani Football Academy, which is in association with Chelsea FC.
It wouldn’t have been much of a surprise a couple of months ago, but the pictures were taken 20 days after leaving Chelsea for the Spanish giants.
The pictures show Hazard running around with the children in training, before posing for a large group photo and then signing shirts for the youngsters.
The Sani Football Academy offers ‘an outstanding football development programme with a UEFA approved football pitch and a state of the art Club House.’
The training camp is held five days a week, but of course, availability is quite limited. Sessions cost 95 euros for a one day course on the first week, going up to 420 euros for a full 10 day course.
There are various sessions from the age of four up to 16, and attendees are offered a welcome kit including a custom shirt.
Eden Hazard was unveiled in front of 50,000 fans at the Bernabeu after his £150million move to Real Madrid earlier in June.