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The Polish keeper is presently on the books of Paris Saint-Germain but spent three years with Premier League giants Chelsea before going to France.

Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper Marcin Bulka has shown that former Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard “loves hamburgers”, while Thibaut Courtois is believed to have”a huge ego”.

The Polish shot-stopper swapped life in Stamford Bridge for that at Parc des Princes through the summer of 2019.

He’d spent three years in west London, moving through the ranks in a famed youth academy to create three mature matchday squads.

While forming part of the Blues’ plans, Bulka must work with some family names he has lifted an interesting lid on.

Belgium international forward Hazard also left Chelsea before the 2019-20 effort, as he finished a fantasy move to Real Madrid, but he has struggled for fitness and form in Spain.

Questions concerning the 29-year-old’s weight have followed him around for a while, and Bulka admits his diet is likely to blame for that.

He advised Foot Truck of Hazard: “He loves hamburgers and pizza, I watched him all of the time in pizzerias.

“He does not care about anything apart from football and having a fantastic time.

“In Chelsea this wasn’t a problem but at Actual, particularly with the recent injury, he went a bit overboard with all the burden.”

Hazard is not the only Belgian who has traded Stamford Bridge for Santiago Bernabeu to have fallen under the spotlight.

Bulka has also claimed that present Blancos No.1 Courtois was a selfish existence at Chelsea who refused to take any type of criticism.

He said: “He’s a huge ego.

“If he makes a blunder, he belongs to the trainer and says things like: ‘This guardian was not in the perfect place, he must have done this and that’.

“He does not wish to accept the fact that it was his fault.”

While Courtois could be a disruptive influence occasionally, Bulka admits that N’Golo Kante is as modest off the pitch as he’s hard-working on it — using the France global regarded as a top professional.

Bulka added: “True engine of the group, you can’t begin without him.

“A very humble man never shows off about anything. When they won the World Cup, it was funny watching him smile to the camera when everybody else was singing and celebrating with the lovers.

“But he always wants others to shine. When he ran the marathon, he would probably beat that man who just went under two hours.”