Real Madrid star Eden Hazard has aimed a sly dig at his former managers at Chelsea, Antonio Conte, and Maurizio Sarri.
He agreed that he found 'less pleasure' playing under the two Italian managers but discovered his love for Football at Real Madrid.
Hazard sealed his dream move to Real Madrid after spending seven good years at the London club, his final three seasons were spent under Conte and Sarri respectively, the Italian managers are known for their defensive and strict training methods.
'Our training (at Real Madrid) is always with the ball, working on movement and patterns, Hazard told AS:
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'When you meet Italian coaches, like me (Conte, Sarri), you have much less pleasure.
'It is more framed and repetitive. You find pleasure in victory. I spent three years with Italian managers so rediscovering this pleasure does me good.'
Hazard has been out for almost two months following an ankle injury he sustained against Paris Saint- Germain in the Champions League.
The Belgian attacker is expected to make a return against Atletico Madrid on February 1, at the Santiago Bernabeu