The Chelsea and Belgium forward supports the efforts of Football Leaks to clean up the game: "It's not just agents, it's a general problem."
Chelsea and Belgium captain Eden Hazard has spoken out about the latest round of Football Leaks revelations – some of which affect his own club – and called for “order to be brought” to the sport.
The most recent Football Leaks documents have cast an unfavourable light on Belgian football with allegations of irregularities in the signing of underage players among the issues highlighted, and Hazard has expressed his backing for the organisation’s attempts to unveil the murkier side of the sport.
Hazard: "It's a general problem"
“I’m in favour of bringing order to football, not just in Belgium but on a global level,” Hazard told Dutch television station Sporza ahead of the Red Devils’ match against Iceland on Thursday. It’s not just a problem with agents, it’s a general problem within football. Personally, I don’t have the capacity to clean up the world of football, but there are people who are better-placed than me to do it.”