Ex-agent of Eden Hazard, John Bico has castigated the career choices of his former colt.
A fiasco. This is how the transfer ofEden Hazard at real Madrid in the summer of 2019, for the tidy sum of 115 million euros. Between the multiple physical glitches and the misforms, the Red Devil has played only 37 games in almost two seasons under the Merengue jersey, for 4 small goals scored (7 assists). Too little for a player of his caliber.
“Passing after CR7 is like climbing the Himalayas”
For John Bico, the ex-representative of Eden Hazard, the latter made a big mistake by joining Casa Blanca, which had just separated from his alien Cristiano Ronaldo. “It was a mistake to go to Real at that time. It is his choice. A choice of heart but no reason ”, he lamented during a long interview with The Last Houre.
And to add: “He should have gone a year before or later but never the year Ronaldo left. Passing after him is like climbing the Himalayas with bare hands. You have to know how to dare to say no to Eden and, unfortunately, some do not dare. I would have advised him against telling him to go the year before or to leave through the Chelsea gate a year later. “
“At Barça, he would have had a blast”
Beyond this concern for timing, John Bico assured that the former Lille did not have the profile to play at Real, Barça would have been like a glove … “Eden is not a player for Real but for Barça,” he said. It is at Barça where he should have gone, where the ball runs more than the players unlike Real where the project does not correspond to the physiological memory of his body. That’s why he’s cracking up everywhere. He should have stayed an extra season at Chelsea to go through the front door and above all prepare his body for the changes to come. At Barça, he would have had a blast, he would have had more freedom on the pitch, he would have had the ball constantly in his feet, he would have become the best player in the world. “
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