Stamford Bridge attacker discusses possible Parc des Princes switch.
Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard has made comments in a recent interview that will no doubt leave Blues fans fearing the Belgian may well be set for a Stamford Bridge exit.
Discussing ongoing speculation regarding interest from the Parc des Princes side the 23 year old is quoted by the Daily Express as stating;
“If my wife tells me: ‘darling, I want to go to PSG’, then I will have to take it into account,”
This comes days after PSG defeated Chelsea in the first leg of their Champions League quarter-final encounter and could well worry Jose Mourinho.
The Chelsea manager has spoken publicly about PSG’s interest in Hazard and Brazilian playmaker Oscar, leading to the Portuguese boss stating it would take a bid of £300m to land the pair.
Hazard has been Chelsea’s most effective attacking performer this term and is the club’s top scorer and top assist-maker in Premier League action and is not a player Mourinho would want to lose.
Chelsea paid Lille £32m for Hazard back in June 2012 and has scored 30 goals in 106 appearances for the West London club.
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