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Eden Hazard is not considering moving out of Stamford Bridge to Real Madrid after his amazing display of fine form this season.
Real Madrid have been trying to lure the Belgian to over for some seasons now and had thought Zinedine Zidane’s presence at the club, who Hazard had hero-worshiped for a long time now, would be ample motivation for him to move to Bernabue.
Hazard’s contract with Chelsea still has three years left to go but Madrid are bent on signing him after FIFA banned them from purchasing more players in January.
The La Liga giants’ interest in Hazard was piqued at the early stage of this season when the 26-year-old owned to the fact that he might make an exit from Stamford Bridge if the League leaders emerge as the winner of the Premier League this season.
He said: “If I ever leave, it’ll be after winning a championship. You need to go out on a high so that people remember you for the right reasons.”
The league leaders are 10 points clear of all contenders and the 24 points to come from remaining 11 league games will see them winning the Premier League title for the fifth time.
But according to reports by the Evening Standard, Hazard is not ready to leave the Blues even if they win the League trophy as his family are settled in London.
He would be intent to keeping Antonio Conte as his boss as he excelled more under the tutelage of the Italian tactian and the Blues new 3-4-3 formation has seen his stock risen brilliantly this season.