Eden Hazard fuels speculation he is considering leaving Chelsea for Real Madrid


"I'm happy at Chelsea, and focused on them", the Belgian added.

Rumours linking Hazard with a move to Los Blancos do not appear as though they'll be going away anytime soon.

Charlie Adam believes Real Madrid are more likely to sign Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea rather than Manchester United number one David De Gea.

While some at Stamford Bridge would be hesitant given the club's experience with a player like Marko Marin, Meyer is cut from a different cloth and having captained Germany's youth teams to win the Euros (U-21) & silver at the Rio Olympics in 2016, he is no stranger to responsibilities and would be the ideal foil for Hazard.

Speaking to Marca, he said that "In football you never know".

'Know that he was my idol when I was a child, I have seen thousands of videos about him and now he is the manager of one of the best clubs in the world, so yes, it is a luxury.

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Eden Hazard became the favourite after helping Chelsea to lift the English Premier League crown a year ago. "I want to keep working, putting in the effort on the pitch, and then I am delighted when people like him talk about me".

"We know the Premier League is very hard but we still have three more months".

"Of course it is incredible", he said.

"We still have both the FA Cup and the Champions and in the end, our season can be even good".

"That's why we love football. I love the player, that's all I will say". Kevin De Bruyne could have won it for the last four years running with his performances. With Real planning to spend big at the end of the current campaign after a really poor season, Hazard would be on top of the list of the La Liga giants, as they look to fortify their front-line. We give everything in the field. "Sometimes things do not go as we trained, like now, but we could still win a trophy".