Belgium has a contract at Stamford Bridge until 2017.
Belgium national team head coach Marc Wilmots has advised Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard to quit the west London club and join mega-rich Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the season in order to move his game on to another level, according to reports in the Metro.
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The brilliant Belgium international has been the Blues’ standout performer so far in this campaign, so much so that in recent weeks Hazard’s name has been consistently linked with the big-spending Parisians.
And now, in the aftermath of the west London club’s elimination of Laurent Blanc’s side in the quarter-finals of the Uefa Champions League earlier this week, Wilmots has advised the 23-year-old to give some serious though to leaving Stamford Bridge when the summer transfer window reopens again for business at the start of July and moving to the Parc des Princes instead.
“It’s an opportunity to be taken into serious consideration if he wants to be part of the category of players who make the difference,” said Wilmots to French TV.
“It’s time to raise his level. Hazard and Ibrahimovic are two different players – but highly complementary.”