Transfer rumors never seems to stop coloring Eden Hazard’s in recent years, notably with previous news regarding Real Madrid’s interest on him.
However, for now the Belgium international said that he doesn’t have any concern over those rumors or his future as the winger is only focusing on Chelsea and upcoming World Cup 2018.
Sharing his thoughts to the media in a recent interview, Hazard said that he still has two years left on his deal at Stamford Bridge so for now his mind is only on helping The Blues.
Although chasing Premier League title and Champions League are basically done and dusted for now, the former Lille player still keen on winning FA Cup along with finishing in top four seat.
After completing his season with Chelsea, Hazard stated that he will immediately set his concentration in helping Belgium to do well in Russia 2018.
Only after the upcoming World Cup plus spending his holiday that the 27-year-old will start considering his future, though continue to emphasize he is fine staying at Stamford Bridge.
Noting that his form has been rather inconsistent this season, it remain to be seen whether Madrid’s interest is still strong on the Belgium international.
Nonetheless, Hazard is still a very talented player who on his day can produce magical performances for any teams his playing for, that itself means there will be interested clubs checking on him should he is available for transfer.