Chelsea star Eden Hazard is presently concerned about the world cup tournament which begins in three days, according to reports.
The Belgian playmaker is arguably Chelsea’s best player during last campaign but his future remains in the dark as he has failed to accept a new offer from the club’s hierarchy.
Though Hazard still has two years left in his contract with the Blues, Real Madrid are ready to reignite their desire to snatch him from Conte’s watch.
When asked if his future at Chelsea would be decided by the club’s activities in the summer, Hazard revealed anxiously replied ‘yes’, claiming that his future depends on new manager and players who would be acquired by the club.
According to the playmaker, he wants to see quality players who can help the team win Premier League title in the 2018-19 season.
He believes if there is a new manager and players in the team, there will be a new atmosphere for players to work more harder than they did last season.
In other Chelsea news, PSG new manager Thoma Tuchel is keenly interested in France international N’Golo Kante as a replacement for Thiago Motta, who retired last season.
Tuchel has ordered the French side to convince the Blues to let go of the impressive midfielder ahead of next season.
The former Leicester City midfielder wasn’t in his best form throughout last season as he failed to create a compact midfield alongside Bakayoko and Cesc Fabregas.