Eden Hazard has dropped the biggest hint yet that he will still be at Chelsea next season, based on an interview conducted by RMC Sport.
Speculation had been rife that the Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-German were planning to make a move for the youngster, but latest comments from the player himself seem to appear otherwise.
Hazard has recently changed his Blues' shirt number from 17 to 10, his favourite number and the previous holder, Juan Mata, left to join Manchester United for £37m in January.
“I’m only thinking about the World Cup - I’m fine at Chelsea. There is no chance," he told RMC.
The 23-year-old enjoyed a season to remember last term, despite his side’s failings to produce silverware, scoring 14 Premier League goals for Chelsea as he scooped the PFA Young Player of the Year award. He provided a further seven assists, whilst recording an impressive array of statistics throughout the campaign.
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He completed the highest number of key passes and take ons compared to any other Premier League player and, in terms of successful dribbles, he finished the season as the fifth most prolific player amongst Europe’s top five leagues.
The Daily Mail have suggested the Chelsea-man is in line for a bumper new deal at Stamford Bridge, to prevent him from the French outfit’s clutches, or any other side for that matter further confirming that he's the future of Jose Mourinho's team.