Chelsea talisman Eden hazard has hinted that he will leave Chelsea following tonight’s Europa League final at Baku.
Hazard had a memorable game, scoring twice as Chelsea thrashed Arsenal 4-1 to win their second Europa League title.
Hazard although couldn’t finish the game as he suffered an injury during the final stages of the match. Nevertheless, the Belgian was able to get a Europa League winners medal.
Following the match, during an on-field interview when asked about his future, Hazard told BT Sport, “ “I don’t know yet. It will be decided in the next couple days.
I told [them] my decision already, two weeks ago. Now it depends on both clubs, so I’m just waiting, like you’re waiting and the fans are waiting. So we’ll know in a couple of days.”
When asked if this was goodbye to Chelsea, the Belgian said, “Yes, I think it’s goodbye. But in football you never know. My dream was to play in the Premier League. I did this for seven years, at one of the biggest clubs in the world. So now it’s maybe time for a different challenge.”
In another interview with beIN Sports on the field, Hazard thanked Chelsea fans for their support. He said, “I love them (the fans). They are part of my family. I will always support Chelsea. […] Thank you for these seven years.”