Eden Hazard is quite the pizza lover according to his former team-mate with his weight coming under scrutiny since joining Real Madrid .
The Belgian never faced such critics while in England with Chelsea , but since his underwhelming switch to Los Blancos the 29-year-old has seen his physique questioned.
Marcin Bulka, who currently plays for PSG but spent three-years at Chelsea, revealed that Hazard is a big fan of fast food but never had it highlighted during his time at Stamford Bridge.
He told Foot Truck when asked about Hazard: “He loves hamburgers and pizza, I saw him all the time in pizzerias.
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“He doesn’t care about anything other than football and having a good time.
“In Chelsea this was not a problem, but at Real, especially with the recent injury, he probably went a bit overboard with the weight.”
Hazard has scored just the once since his mega money move to the Bernabeu in the summer and will miss their Champions League last 16 clash with Manchester City.
One man who won't though is another Chelsea turned Madrid star Thibaut Courtois, a man who Bulka will have regularly worked with given they occupy the same position.
But he hasn't had too many flattering words to say about the former Atletico man and claims he is often deflecting blame on to his defenders.
“He has a big ego," claimed Bulka. “If he makes a blunder, he goes to the coach and says stuff like: ‘This defender wasn’t in the right position, he should have done this and that’.
“He does not want to accept the fact that it was his fault.”
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The shotstopper did have complimentary words to say about N'Golo Kante however and has backed him to run a sub-two hour marathon.
He said: “Very humble guy, never shows off about anything. Even when they won the World Cup, it was funny watching him awkwardly smile to the camera when everyone else was celebrating and singing with the fans.
“But he always wants others to shine. If he ran the marathon, he would probably beat that guy who just went under two hours.”
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