Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard makes a surprising decision concerning Real Madrid move in January 2019
- Chelsea's Eden Hazard says he will never force a move to Real Madrid
- Recently the Belgian star admitted the Los Blancos remains his dream club
- Hazard insists he is happy at Stamford Bridge despite Real Madrid links
Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard has declared that he will not tender a quit notice to join Spanish giants Real Madrid in the forthcoming January transfer window.
According to a UK Sun report citing Telefoot, the 27-year-old Belgium captain has downplayed rumours in some quarters that he will be linking up with the Los Blancos during the winter transfer window in January 2019.
"Chelsea were clear with me (in the summer). I couldn't leave the club. I accepted it. Anyway... leaving or staying, I was going to be happy. I do not regret this decision at all.
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"When decisions are made [that you may not like] you can sulk and often you get the last word. But I will never look to clash with the club. Chelsea have given me a lot.
"I left Lille on good terms and I want to do the same thing here.
"A transfer in January? It's not possible," noted Hazard, who current deal at Chelsea, runs out in 2020.
Speaking further, the Blues star, who is currently the club's top performer with eight goals and three assists in ten games this term, hailed the contributions of new Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri.
Eden Hazard rules out Chelsea exit during January transfer window
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"I feel like I can shoot from anywhere and score. This season, we have more the ball. Sarri is different from Conte and Mourinho," Hazard added.
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is ready to battle any opposition to remain at the Santiago Bernabeu stadium next summer.
According to a UK Sun report citing Daily Star, the 29-year-old former Tottenham star will not be leaving the Los Blancos, despite being repeatedly linked with Manchester United and Chelsea.
The Welsman Bale, who has claimed the UEFA Champions League four times since joining from the English topflight, is happy at Madrid and has no plans returning to the Premier League soon.
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