Eden Hazard has ruled out a Chelsea exit this summer, insisting he plans on staying at Stamford Bridge for two more years. Standard Sport understands the newly crowned Premier League champions are ready to offer the Belgian a new £300,000-a-week contract to cement his status in the squad. Real Madrid are prepared to break the £100million barrier to sign Hazard but Chelsea's Player of the Year is not interested in leaving quite yet. "I'm good here," he told The Strait Times. "I'm at one of the best clubs in the world and I think I'm gonna stay for a couple of years. I'm very happy. You can see on the pitch that I'm happy. "Next season, we will have the Champions League to play but we want to keep the Premier League trophy in Chelsea. It's going to be hard but we know [people] expect a lot from Chelsea now. "But now is the time to think about holidays." Chelsea have won their third title in three seasons but Antonio Conte missed out on a debut season Double with the loss to Arsenal in the FA Cup Final.
Eden Hazard rules out leaving Chelsea for 'two more years'
London Evening Standard | Jun 3