Eden Hazard has left the door open to staying at Chelsea for the rest of his career – but he’s also hinted that he could leave in a few years.
The Belgian winger is the man of the moment after scoring a stunning solo goal to help his side beat Liverpool in the Carabao Cup in midweek.
He’ll be expected to do similar when the Blues welcome Jurgen Klopp’s Reds to Stamford Bridge in today’s late Premier League game.
And due to his hype right now, Hazard sat down with BT Sport for an interview ahead of tonight’s game.
In it, he talks about loving life at Chelsea, that goal in midweek being one of his best and Maurizio Sarri’s start to life at Stamford Bridge.
But he also speaks about his future – and it isn’t dead certain whether he’s staying or leaving:
“The fans and my teammates love me. For me, it’s easy to stay.”
“If I leave or if I stay…I’ll be happy.”
Staying at Chelsea 💙
THAT goal midweek 😍
Life under Sarri 😁
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) September 29, 2018
So Hazard is happy now, but that could change?
Success with Sarri should definitely help keeping Hazard happy at Stamford Bridge over the coming years, but the links with a move to Real Madrid should continue to fuel talk that he’ll leave.