Chelsea news: Serial winner teases next move amid speculation

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Eden Hazard could be ready to bring his stellar football career to an end after hinting that the time has come to ‘enjoy life’, amid links of a free move to CHELSEA.

After becoming a real icon at Stamford Bridge and one of the best players in world football, Eden Hazard decided to make the move to Real Madrid and hopefully take his game to that next level at the Spanish giants.

But blighted by injuries and fitness issues, he only made 76 appearances for Los Blancos and could not discover the form which helped him become such a dominant force in the Premier League and a real source of goals for Chelsea.

After mutual agreement was reached with the La Liga outfit, Hazard left the Bernabeu in the summer, a year before his contract was due to expire and has been linked with moves all over the world

He has reportedly been offered contracts from clubs in Belgium, France, Saudi Arabia and the MLS. He was even linked with a possible move back to Stamford Bridgeon a free deal, which got social media going crazy with speculation and rumours.

But a new documentary about the Belgian national team featuring Hazard, suggests that the 32-year-old could be about to call it a day.

In a clip of the production ‘Believe’, Hazard said: “Little by little it’s time to enjoy life with my family and friends, drinking a few Jupiler beers.”

It comes after Fabrizio Romano shut down the idea of a move back to Stamford Bridge for Hazard – Speaking in an interview with CaughtOffside, Romano said: “There’s a lot being speculated about Eden Hazard, who remains a free agent, but at the moment I’m not aware of anything concrete.

“There are a lot of rumours, but nothing advanced, because at the moment Hazard is still discussing with his family and those close to him about retirement.

“Retirement for Hazard is a concrete possibility, but it’s not a final decision yet, and I think when we talk about a big decision like this for an important player like Hazard, I like to be respectful. It’s the player who has to decide and communicate, not for me or other journalists in general.

“For sure he’s considering retirement, but let’s see what he will decide, and I can say that all the rumours about Belgian clubs, or a return to Chelsea or other clubs, none of this was concrete or true.”


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