Eden Hazard urges Chelsea to recruit well to prompt a contract extension

Chelsea star Eden Hazard could force through a move to Real Madrid this summer

GETTYChelsea star Eden Hazard could force through a move to Real Madrid this summer

Chelsea ace Eden Hazard is demanding the club show ambition in the summer market.

The Belgium worldwide has two years left on his current deal with the West London club.

Hazard, though, insists he does not expect Saturday's FA Cup final against Manchester United to be the last he plays for the club he joined in 2012.

Ander Herrera claims that Eden Hazard is the most effective participant within the Premier League, regardless of Mo Salah scooping all of the awards this season. Now 27 years old, this could be his last big deal and the Belgian continued: 'That's why I'm taking my time. It's something big. I need to think about a lot of things. "But one thing is for sure is I'm happy here", he said.

Blues forward Hazard has been vocal about his Chelsea future in recent months, with the forward revealing it would be a dream to play under Real boss Zinedine Zidane one day.

Despite his reservations, Hazard also stated that he is enjoying his football at Stamford Bridge and doesn't see himself leaving in the off-season. "He has some special abilities that I think he hasn't trained them, because you can not train them, you just have them". And it's more important for me because I've never won this one.

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However, we can still convince him to stay here, at the club that he loves, we just need to open our chequebook.

Chelsea and Man United fight for the last piece of silverware, with both needing it to put a shine on their season.

He admits that a good World Cup could change things for him and while he is happy at Chelsea, the winger stressed his desire to experience a fresh challenge. Now we can save a little bit this season, with this trophy.

'You'll be able to see when he receives the ball he is aware of all the time what to do. So, we will give everything.

"I think it's not my last game".

You could certainly have made a case for Hazard in the seasons gone by, but given the exploits of both De Bruyne and Salah this campaign, it could be hard to place the Belgian magician above them. "We'll see", he told The Mirror. I hope this year is for me and for Chelsea. "If we play all together, we can do something, especially against Manchester United".

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