– Eden Hazard has continued to show regard for his former club Chelsea despite leaving them last season
– The Real Madrid winger has a blue design on his boot which Nike reveals it was to pay tribute to his former club
– Hazard won two Premier League titles, two Europa League trophies and one FA Cup before his £150million move to Madrid
Eden Hazard has paid a tribute to his former club Chelsea through the design of his new Nike boots.
The 28-year-old implemented a couple of personal touches to his version. The white Vapor360 boot with white laces contains a golden Nike swoosh to mimic the colours of his new club.
However Chelsea supporters will love the heel, which features a blue design.
Sport kit giants, Nike say the “Racer blue accents honor his former club” with Hazard’s name among the Mercurial slogans – “fast by nature” and “engineered for speed”.
The Belgium international played seven seasons at Stamford Bridge before leaving for Los Blancos this summer in a deal worth £150million.
And he won two Premier League titles, two Europa Leagues and an FA Cup during his glittering career in England.