Ramos expressed his satisfaction at Hazard’s arrival at the Santiago Bernabeu.
Sergio Ramos said Eden Hazard's arrival at Real Madrid could be the beginning of a new era for the club.
The Spain international also feels the Belgian can help Los Blancos to challenge for the LaLiga title next season.
Ramos told reporters as Marca quoted: "I'm happy. I think it's a great signing. He's one of the top players in the world.
"It's good to reinforce the squad with those types of players that can define an era."
The Madrid captain, who is currently on international duty with Spain and scored in their 4-1 Euro 2020 qualifying victory over the Faroe Islands on Friday, explained why he attended a news conference to quash reports suggesting he was going to ply his trade in China next season.
"I had to go out and give the press conference because I thought it was the best thing for everyone, the important thing was to turn the page and end all the speculation,” he said ahead of Spain’s clash with Sweden on Monday.
"I am happy where I am. I'm very happy in Madrid and meeting up with the national team is not a relief.
"It is something you take pride in. I am very excited about both the national team and Madrid. I play each game like it's my last."