Hazard has been instrumental in Chelsea's unbeaten
start under Maurizio Sarri, scoring eight goals in all competitions, as
the Blues sit joint top of the Premier League alongside Manchester City
However, with his current contract expiring in
2020, the Belgian has repeatedly stated his desire to one day join the
"When I was in Lille I always said I want to
go one day in England because it is my dream league, because the English
league is very hard, and then one day try to move (to) Spain," Hazard
told Sky Sports ahead of Chelsea's Premier League clash with Manchester
United on Saturday.
"Now I'm almost 28, seven years with Chelsea, we won almost everything.
I can finish (my career) with Chelsea. No problem at all. I am very
happy with this club, with the team, my family is happy here.
"So if I don't move, if I don't go to Spain, it is not a problem. I love the fans - I think the fans love me."
could do with Hazard's firepower. In the absence of the departed
Cristiano Ronaldo, Madrid have failed to score in four consecutive games
for the first time since 1985.
However, Hazard has also stated he
has no intention of following the example of international team-mate
Thibaut Courtois in forcing his way out of Chelsea.
just a year to run on his contract, lowering his transfer value, when he
refused to return to pre-season training with Chelsea before sealing a
move to Real in August.