Hazard admits he favours Chelsea move after Champions League heroics
21:30 GMT, 21 May 2012
Eden Hazard has opened the door on a move to Stamford Bridge by admitting that Chelsea's Champions League victory has made a difference to his plans.
The Lille playmaker is heading for the Barclays Premier League and says he wants his future decided by Saturday week, when he will play for Belgium against England at Wembley.
He does not want that game to be seen as his shop window.
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Lille's asking price for Hazard is 35million and he had looked destined for Manchester City this summer. But, while still interested in the player, the Premier League champions have gone cool on the deal.
Hazard, 21, is also a target for Manchester United and said after his farewell game: 'I have not made my choice. Chelsea is a possibility now, yes. Chelsea will play in the Champions League next year.
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'They are a great team with great players. Their interest has made me hesitate. I want it (his future) sorted out by June 2 when Belgium play England. I want to go on holiday with a clear head.'