- Eden Hazard says he won't sign for PSG but might leave Chelsea next summer
- The Belgian star confirmed holding talks with PSG eggheads concerning a move to the French capital.
- Hazard has excelled under Maurizio Sarri scoring seven times for Chelsea this term
Chelsea playmaker, Eden Hazard has revealed he will not be joining Paris Saint-Germain, but might likely leave Stamford Bridge next summer.
According to a UK Sun report citing Canal+, the 27-year-old Belgium captain who has been repeatedly linked with a move away from west London outfit, held discussions with PSG eggheads concerning a move to the capital.
However, Hazard insists he will not be returning to the French topflight, but will finish the current campaign with Chelsea before considering his options.
"There have been contacts in the past with PSG but I haven't been tempted. If I have to go back to France one day, it would be in Lille.
"But today, there is no chance that I'll come back in the French league.
"For now, like I said, I'm staying at Chelsea.
"I have one year left on my contract after this year. Moving this winter is impossible.
"I can't leave in January because of the club and the supporters,” added the playmaker, who is eager to face a new adventure in his career.
"You know my preferred destination.
"It will be possible in the summer.
"But it's also possible that I stay my whole career at Chelsea,” added Hazard, who was expected to join Real Madrid after Cristiano Ronaldo’s exit last summer.
The Belgian star has been in superlative form this term netting seven times and four assists for Chelsea so far.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously had reported Chelsea suffered their first Premier League defeat of the season at the Wembley Stadium after losing 3-1 to Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday, November 24.
Dele Alli opened scoring for the hosts after just eight minutes into the game through a fine header which slipped into Kepa Arrizabalaga hands.
His goal came from a well taken free kick by Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen which gave the home team the lead in the game.
Eight minutes later, Russia 2018 golden boot winner Harry Kane doubled his side's lead with a long range shot to mount more pressure on the visitors.
Spurs continued their impressive run on return to the pitch for the second stanza of the game as Son Heung-min's superb solo goal sealed the win for the home team.
However, Russia 2018 winning striker Olivier Giroud scored his first Premier League goal of the season in the 85th minute but only became a consolation goal.