Chelsea's Eden Hazard comments on speculation linking him with a move to Real Madrid

Reports in Spain suggest he has agreed a move to Real Madrid.

Chelsea star Eden Hazard has denied speculation that he may be joining Spanish giants Real Madrid in the summer and he says his future is at Stamford Bridge, for now. 

The Belgian has not been in the best form this season, and has lately struggled with injury, and there has been speculation that he could be looking for a move away from the club.

But he is quoted in the London Evening Standard, saying: "Have I signed for Real? No, that’s not true, I do not know who said that.

"For now, I am at Chelsea. I have a season to finish, and my contract ends in four years. For now, I’m here, and I am, and I want to get back on the field with Chelsea."

Spanish outlet OK Diario had suggested that a £32 million deal to take last year's Player of the Year to the Bernabeu was already in place. 

Everyone knows about the capabilities of Hazard given that he was so instrumental to helping Chelsea lift the Premier League title this season, but like many of his teammates, his form has fallen off a cliff this term as the club have tumbled down the table. 

However, it does seem to be qualified commitment with the two words 'for now' when he alludes to how long he has on his deal at Stamford Bridge. Though he may not be heading to the Bernabeu, the seed is planted that he could be heading elsewhere. 

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