The Belgian playmaker is widely regarded as one of European football’s top attacking talents and he has earned lots of praise for his performances for the Blues since his move to the club from Lille back in 2012.
Hazard has helped Chelsea FC to win two Premier League titles since his move to Stamford Bridge back in 2012, and he was voted as the PFA player of the year in the 2014-15 campaign.
The 27-year-old has long been linked with a transfer to Real Madrid and those rumours are likely to surface once again this summer, especially if Chelsea FC miss out on a place in the Champions League next season.
However, Hazard himself has now broken his silence on his future by hinting that he is prepared to stay at Chelsea FC next season even without Champions League football.
Hazard is quoted as saying by Metro: “I hope (the fans) don’t want to see me leave.
“I’m doing good things here. I’m happy here. Things can move, or they may not move. We’ll see.
“The public adore me, I love my team-mates, my family are good here. Of course I want to play in the Champions League, but it isn’t a priority.”
Chelsea FC will take on Newcastle United in their final game of the season at St James’ Park on Sunday afternoon.
Hazard will be hoping to help Chelsea FC end the season on a high by beating Manchester United in the FA Cup final later this month.
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