Chelsea star player Eden Hazard claims he is loving life in West London but still insist he is not yet prepared to oblige to the Blues which appeared that his interest to join the Spanish football elite Real Madrid could be imminent.
Hazard was inspiring in the world cup with the Belgium side when he captained his teammate to earn a third-place finish after the impressive come back against Japan and an astonishment triumph against Brazil.
After adding 6 goals to his tally in the domestic league, including the superb solo goal against Liverpool on Wednesday, he was interviewed to discuss his future and how rapidly he’s become the most sort-after player in the world.
While the 27-year-old talismanic figure has just 18 months left in his contract he gave a diplomatic reply about his renewal:
‘I haven’t signed a contract. Not yet. Not yet,’ said the Belgian captain.
His comment could gawp the interest from Real Madrid owner with an aim to break the bank for his signature, come next summer.
Chelsea’s midfielder Cesc Fabregas has likewise claimed that it would be difficult to keep hold of the goal poacher who is already in hovering form as his contract’s expiration is imminent.
According to Fabregas in his speech about Hazard.
‘Next year if he has one year left, that’s a different story. You don’t have as much power as a club.”
Liverpool will face another stern test with the purpose of maintaining their 100% record in the Premier League as they look forward to stopping the diminutive and trinket player who demolished Klopp’s men at Anfield.