The Spanish midfielder, who went through five years contract by the Belgian at Stamford Bridge, accepts his game is most appropriate to Los Blancos
Previous Arsenal and Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has said that he accepts his ex-colleague in West London Eden Hazard is more qualified to Real Madrid than another of his past clubs, Barcelona.
Danger joined Zinedine Zidane’s club this mid-year in an £89 million ($111m) bargain as Los Blancos hope to usurp the Catalan club at the highest point of La Liga.
Fabregas, who went through five years nearby the Belgium global at Stamford Bridge, believes Hazard’s free-streaming style is more qualified to the Santiago Bernebeu than Camp Nou.
“Hazard is a great player who makes the difference,” the Monaco player is quoted as saying by AS.
“He is the kind of player that was made to play at Real Madrid because he needs a lot of space to run in to, to have the ball and drive, he likes to move around the field and you can’t tell him to ‘stay there’.
“At Barcelona, for example, it’s a team more about positioning, for everyone to be in their place to circulate the ball.
“And he likes to go to the ball to have the freedom and he can give Real Madrid much more than he could give to Barcelona.”
Not to be beaten by their savage adversaries, Barca has likewise expanded their assaulting positions by catching Antoine Griezmann from Atletico Madrid.
The France universal did the switch, in fairly dubious conditions, for €120 million (£108m/$135m) on July 14.
Fabregas, in Spain for a pre-season cordial against Valencia, said he found the move ‘astounding’ and furthermore said an arrival to La Liga was improbable as he nears the finish of his playing vocation.