Hazard: I could finish my career at Chelsea


Chelsea ace Hazard has shone in the early stages of the new season, leading the Premier League goal-scoring charts with seven strikes.

Chelsea and Hazard have a tough weekend ahead as Manchester United travel to Stamford Bridge on Saturday.

Hazard has made no secret either of his desire to win the Ballon d'Or, the annual prize for the best player in the game, or wanting to play for Real Madrid.

'I have not told him because I have seen him for the first time in the last two weeks only yesterday but I want to tell him very soon'.

"It is my dream since I was a kid".

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has revealed his conversation with Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri when the latter was appointed.

In response to former Madrid president Ramon Calderon's claim that Chelsea are treating Hazard like a "slave" if they deny him his dream, Sarri laughed and said Hazard is happy at the club.

"No problem at all".

'Also, I think he can win everything without playing in Spain.

"I am really happy at the club and my family is happy here in London, so if I do not go to Spain, there is no problem".

"He's not only a great footballer but I think he's a wonderful lad". So he is suitable for me and my way of football and in the future he will be able to play very often'.

Hazard made several comments about a transfer switch to Spain during the global break, but also insisted he would not force his way out of the club. He can win the the Ballon d'Or here, because for example if Chelsea win the Champions League, and the Belgium national team can win the European Championships, he can win everything without playing in Spain.

"I think that they don't know me very well", Sarri said of the reports.