- Player joined the club in the summer of 2012
- 26-year-old has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge recently
- Winger has set his sights on winning the Champions League with the Blues, and has stated that he is happy with life under Antonio Conte
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Chelsea ace Eden Hazard has declared that he will do “everything” he can to help the Blues win another Champions League, with the player also implying that he is happy with life in England amid rumours of a swoop from Real Madrid for the winger.
This is according to Onze Mondial, who state that the Belgian international has said that he is eager to help the Blues secure European glory, whilst also stating that things are going good in relation to his time at the club.
Speaking about his aim to win the biggest trophy in club football, Hazard said “I just want to give the maximum. If I do not win the Champions League, it will be like that, it will be my story. In any case, I will do everything to win.”
The former Lille winger also gave Blues fans a boost over his future by stating his current happiness with his life at Stamford Bridge, saying that ” This is my sixth year. I have my family who is there. My wife and children feel great. I am not far from Belgium so my relatives and my parents or my brothers can come quite often. I am in a big club. Every year, I win almost a trophy. In the field, it’s going really well.”
The winger has been linked with a move to Real Madrid in recent months, so these words from Hazard will be music to the ears of Chelsea fans.
Since his arrival in west London from French side Lille in the summer of 2012, Hazard has set England alight with his talents.
In his 268 appearances for Antonio Conte’s side, the Belgian has managed to amass a record of 80 goals and 69 assists, an impressive feat.
Hazard’s Messi-like dribbling ability and composure on the ball has seen some fans label him as one of the greatest players in not just the league, but the world.
His ability to link up with duo Cesc Fabregas and Alvaro Morata this season has been deadly, as the Blues are currently on an eight-game unbeaten streak going into today’s match against West Ham.
Hazard has also been pivotal in Chelsea’s recently successes, as since his arrival, the west London side have won two Premier League titles, as well as one League cup in that time as well.
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Should Hazard’s words about his life at Chelsea be true, it’ll come as a big boost for Chelsea and their fans, who would’ve both hated to see the world class Belgian leave the Blues in the future.