Eden Hazard is without question the biggest prospect to come out of Lille. The Belgian joined the club in 2004 and would progress through their academy as one of Europe's brightest young talents, but it was the title-winning season where he was able to announce himself to the world
Hazard would finish first in the Player of the Year voting become the youngest ever winner while also making the Team of the Year and establishing himself as arguably the best under 23 player in Europe at that time. Subsequently, Hazard would cause a frenzy in the transfer market, with all of Europe seeking his signature. However, he would stay another year at Lille before joining Chelsea for £32m.
Hazard had an illustrious career at Chelsea and cement himself as one of their best players in the modern era. During his time at Chelsea, he was able to win the Premier League twice, the FA Cup, the League Cup and the Europa League twice. But it was his 2014/15 season where he showed why he was one of the best around as he won the FWA Footballer of the Year as well as the PFA Players' of the Year and Premier League Player of the Season.
Hazard has since moved to Real Madrid and his time in the Spanish capital has been marred by injuries which has restricted him to only 25 appearances.
For years it seemed as if Madrid was a match made in heaven for the Belgian, but in truth, his £100m has been an utter waste so far.