Eden Hazard has no intention of rocking the boat at Chelsea and will only make a decision on his future at the end of the season. The Blues ace has long been linked with a switch to the Bernabeu and poured fuel on the rumours during the summer by admitting he would be happy to ply his trade for Los Blancos at some stage in the future.
Rumours persist that the Spanish giants may move for the Belgium international in the winter transfer window, but according to his brother, Borussia Monchengladbach’s Thorgan, the midfielder will see out the season and do the right thing for the club.
Despite hinting he would one day like to play for Real, Hazard has always spoken of his love for Chelsea and if he did go, he would like it to be amicable, unlike Thibaut Courtois’ departure from Stamford Bridge.
January would not be the best time for a move either as Real have had issues this season and are already on their second coach after appointing Santiago Solari on a permanent basis on Tuesday. “I know him and he’s not thinking about a move right now,” Thorgan Hazard told reporters.
“In any case Real Madrid are in transition – he will wait and give his best, then see what happens at the end of the season. “He doesn’t want to clash with Chelsea. If he does go one day he’ll do it in the correct way, without problems for the club.”