Eden Hazard remains put at Chelsea amid Real Madrid links

Eden Hazard remains put at Chelsea amid Real Madrid links

Eden Hazard remains put at Chelsea amid Real Madrid links

Eden Hazard confirms he's staying at Chelsea this season but hasn't ruled out a move in the future.

After Belgium's best-ever World Cup campaign in Russian Federation, which ended with them finishing in third place, the 27-year-old forward hinted that his time could be coming to an end in west London.

Arsenal attacker, Alex Iwobi is basking in the euphoria of a new record he enacted in the English Premier League last weekend, as his goal against Chelsea has been cited to have from the longest possession minutes by any club so far this season. "Clubs can not sign players", said Hazard.

Wright is amongst those who believe Mourinho is resigned to leaving "The Theatre of Dreams" and reckons the former Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid boss is slowly but surely ruining his legacy, much like Arsene Wenger did before walking away from Arsenal. I don't want to talk about it yet.

Asked how he managed his cravings during the match and if he smoked at half-time and immediately afterwards, prior to his media commitments, Sarri said: "No, I will smoke in the evening I think".

The Blues have been keen to avoid Hazard entering the final year of his contract but it seems increasingly likely that the scenario is likely to happen. And he will only sign a new contract with Chelsea if they manage to finish in the Top 4 this season.

However, if the 27-year-old does not accept the contract, Chelsea will have no option but to sell him like they did with goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois, who run down his contract at Stamford Bridge before moving to the Bernabeau. I am very happy and it's just the beginning of the new season.

He also sounded quite reasonable when asked about his potential move this summer, replying, "Leave this year?"

"We could still see (on Saturday) that the fans love me". I'm good where I am now. "We'll see what happens in a year or two years".

Then after nearly 28 years in charge of the North Londoners and having guided the Gunners to three Premier League crowns, seven FA Cups and coming within 14 minutes of UEFA Champions League glory, Wenger finally stood down at the end of last season.

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