Hazard’s Brother Reveals Where The Chelsea Star Will Play Next Season
Eden Hazard’s youngest brother, Kylian Hazard, has revealed where Eden’s immediate future lies.
Eden Hazard endured a difficult season at Chelsea last term, making no major contributions to the team, and finishing 10th in the Premier League.
But despite his disappointing campaign, the Belgium international was linked with big-money moves to French Champions Paris Saint Germain, and even the reigning European Champions Real Madrid.
But when asked about these rumours, the 25-year-old dismissed them, and committed his future to the Blues, by stating: “PSG are not part of my plans. I have a contract until 2020, I feel good here and I don’t want to finish on a season like that. I left Lille as a boss, and I’d like to leave Chelsea as a boss, if I do leave one day. But for the time being I’m here, of course.”
However, the Chelsea star continues to get linked with potential moves away from the London club, especially after having played the best game of his international career against Hungary in the Euro 2016 tournament.
But now, Hazard’s youngest brother, Kylian Hazard, has put a final fullstop to all the speculation by revealing that the midfielder will remain at the Stamford Bridge club.
Speaking to Goal, Kylian revealed: “He will stay at Chelsea, he is happy at Chelsea. He loves London. It is good for him there and he says the facilities are great. It is one of the biggest teams in the world. He will be special again for them next year.”
The 20-year-old also talked about the potential partnership Eden will be forming with Chelsea’s latest signing, Michy Batshuayi.
He stated: “Chelsea is a great team for Belgians at the minute. You see it with another Belgian arriving in Michy Batshuayi as well as Thibaut Courtois. Batshuayi will do really well at Chelsea and he can help Diego Costa, including times like last season when he was injured, and score goals.
“He will work with Eden well just as they did for Belgium. They know each other now and we have talked about Michy’s move. We think he will be really good.”