Stamford Bridge star open to return to former club.
Chelsea star Eden Hazard has moved to quash talk of a possible move to PSG though has made it abundantly clear that he would be open to a move back to his former club Lille according quotes published by the Daily Mail.
The 23 year old moved to Stamford Bridge in a £32m deal back in 2012 and there is growing talk of a likely new contract on the table for the Belgian.
Jose Mourinho is ready to hand Hazard a new five year deal worth £200k a week, though Hazard is seemingly already planning for life after Chelsea, stating;
‘PSG are in the same world than Chelsea,’
‘But, to be a top club they need to win the Champions League. I’m fine with Chelsea and this is where I want to continue to grow. PSG are not in my head.’
Hazard added: ‘Move back to Ligue 1? Maybe one day. But only for Lille. Ligue 1 is a great league in Europe but not the best. It’s a league for youngsters.’
Hazard finished last season as Chelsea leading assist maker and top goal-scorer and is clearly a crucial part of Mourinho’s first team set-up.