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Wednesday, 29 May 2019


The Belgian is entering the final year of his contract at Chelsea, who value Hazard at £130m, but Real Madrid are confident of signing him for no more than £88m, Sky Sports News understands.
Hazard, who has been with Chelsea for seven seasons and won six major honours with the club, told BT Sport after the final: "I think for the fans, for the boys, for the manager, for the staff, this is a great trophy to win.
"I don't know yet [where my future lies]. I think it will be decided in a few days. My target today was to win the trophy that's it. That was the only thing in my mind.
"I took my decision already. I said that two weeks ago. Now it's depending on the club. Both clubs. I'm just waiting. We will see. We will know in a couple of days.
"I think it's a goodbye. But in football you never know. My dream was to play in the Premier League and I did this for seven years for one of the biggest clubs in the world. Maybe it's time for a new challenge."
Former Chelsea defender Frank Sinclair has told Sky Sports News Hazard's double against Arsenal was a fine way to finish his Blues career and he deserves a move to Real Madrid.
"Hazard waved goodbye to the crowd and hugged a few players as he was going off," said Sinclair. "Could that be the last time we see Hazard in a Chelsea shirt? I think we'll know the outcome of that very soon.

1 comment:

  1. We celebrate him...he is a hero and we are going yo miss him.I love him but I think he has gotten to the peak of his career at Chelsea, so I want him to proceed for new challenge. I wish him well in whatever the decision he takes.