Winger pledges future to Stamford Bridge.
Balon d’Or nominee Eden Hazard has snubbed talk of a move to Real Madrid by insisting that Chelsea is his ‘dream club’, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Belgian schemer has been in scintillating form for Jose Mourinho’s unbeaten table-toppers, ending any talk of a potential rift with the Blues boss by his displays for the Stamford Bridge outfit.
And subsequently, that form has seen him linked with a number of high profile moves as the likes of Real Madrid and Paris Saint Germain have both registered their interest in his services.
But Hazard has played down the talk of an exit by insisting that he remains committed to Jose Mourinho’s fledgling invincibles.
“Chelsea was my first choice when I left Lille (in 2012),” he said.
“Today I know it was the right decision for me. I am very happy at Chelsea.
“I made the choice to join Chelsea because I knew I was going to play.
“This is my third year here. I don’t know if I’m the main asset of the team, but I can take pleasure by playing in this team.”
When asked about suggestions that he claimed he would only leave the club for a move to the Bernabeu he replied; “I never said that. I do not think so. I did not think so.
“Is there a club that makes me dream? Yes, Chelsea. They are the only club that makes me dream.
“We have played against all the big teams and we are in first place. I hope that we can stay there.
“Now I think about the future, not the past, so I have no nostalgia when I watch Ligue 1.
“Of course I know that PSG have huge players, but Chelsea have more experience and more players in certain positions. And we also have a better experience in the Champions League.”
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