Monday, May 27, 2019

Eden Hazard - "This Europa Cup Final Might Be My Last Game For Chelsea & I Hope To Win It For The Club"

Chelsea fc and Belgium attacker Eden Hazard has confirmed that he will be leaving the Blues after Wednesday's Europa league final with Arsenal and hope to win it for them.
The Belgium international is widely expected to leave the Blues for Spanish giant Real Madrid before the transfer market closes, for a deal worth  £130million.

The 28 year-old attacker who is determine to bow out in style, told reporters:

"When you play a final it does not matter whether it is the Champions League, Europa League or EFL Cup; you just want to win.

"It is a European competition so for me, for the club, for the manager, for the fans, it is something important.

"If it is my last game, I hope to bring the trophy. My first trophy at Chelsea was the Europa League, so it would be a nice last trophy.

"The way that we are playing, we have improved in the past two months and, even though we've had some injuries and bad news, we are strong mentally.

"If we go to Baku with a strong approach to the game we can do something good there."

Hazard would not be drawn on whether a move to Madrid is close, stating he would only talk about his future once a deal is struck.

"At the moment, nothing has happened, so I can't say anything," he explained. "It's in the hands of the clubs, but I can put it aside. I have done it during a full season right now, and I have played reasonably well.

"So, I stay in that mode; just thinking about football. After the final, we will see what happens."

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