Eden Hazard has not had it easy in the last few years.
He has only made 70 La Liga appearances for Los Blancos in four seasons, with the majority of them coming off the bench.
Hazard has been plagued with injury problems in the last few years.
He has suffered 16 separate injury problems since joining Madrid and missed 72 games for them, which is more than the number of league appearances he’s been able to make for them.
Despite his problems, the La Liga giants have stuck by the Belgian international and given him a lot of support.
Carlo Ancelotti opted to keep him in his squad and Hazard has started the current season relatively well, making 4 league appearances and even scoring a goal.
But the 31-year-old’s career just doesn’t revolve around his on-pitch stuff.
He is a role model for many fans and likes to keep himself very presentable.
While the Belgian winger has been mocked in recent years for his love for eating junk food and growing fat because of it, he doesn’t really seem too bothered by that.
Instead, Hazard likes to live his life his own way and doesn’t appear to have any limitations over what he can or cannot do.
Recently, the Belgian winger decided to multitask on his grooming activities in an effort to save time and also make himself look like a hunk.
The Real Madrid star’s barbers posted a picture of him getting his hair trimmed and also getting a new tattoo, both at the same time!
While one of his barbers appears to be trimming his hair, another tattoo artist is working on getting him inked on the upper part of his left arm.
But the tattoo appears to be one close to Hazard’s heart.
The winger has decided to get the names of his five children inked to his body.
That includes the names of all his sons, Yannis, Leo, Samy, Santi and Juan.
Yannis is, of course, his eldest son as he was born in 2010 – even before the winger had joined Chelsea.
Getting a trim and tattoo is no joke, but that doesn’t seem to matter for Hazard.
The 31-year-old will now be focused on multi-tasking on the pitch for Real Madrid in getting goals+assists for them as well as improving his overall work, including the defensive work and helping open up space for his teammates.