Eden Hazard says Europa League glory would be fitting farewell to Chelsea career


EDEN HAZARD believes victory in the Europa League would be a fitting farewell to Chelsea.

Tomorrow’s final against Arsenal could be the midfielder’s last game before a £90million move to Real Madrid.

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Eden Hazard, pictured arriving in Baku, could play his final Chelsea game in the Europa League final[/caption]

When asked if winning a trophy would be the perfect way to bow out, the Belgian said: “Yes. I just want to win the trophy that is it, it does not matter if I score or not.

“If it is my last game I hope to bring the trophy.

“I don’t know when something happens. At the moment nothing is happening. So I can say nothing.”

Hazard longs to play for boyhood idol and new Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane.

He announced after last year’s World Cup that he had decided his future plans but refuses to reveal what they are.

Madrid’s initial offer for  Hazard has been rebuffed but Zidane is on a mission to revitalise his ailing Spanish giants with a huge spending spree.

Hazard, 28, did reassure sad Chelsea fans he will never play for another Prem club.

He said: “No chance. I am a Blue! I cannot play for another club in this country.”



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