John Terry has made it clear what he wants when it comes to the future of Eden Hazard at Chelsea.
The Belgian’s future at Chelsea is currently the subject of much speculation amid links with a big money summer move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.
It remains unclear where the 28-year-old’s future lies, with Real Madrid said to be unwilling to go above the Blues’ £90 million valuation, while it remains to be seen whether the west London outfit would lower their demands.
Earlier in the weekit seemed Hazard had already reached a conclusion on his future. A sneak preview of a documentary entitled ‘Free as Hazard’ detailed the player’s journey through football and in it, he teased supporters in regards to a decision on his future.
“I know what I am going to do,” he said. “I have made a decision.”
Now the full interview with RMC has emerged and the Belgian international has reiterated those comments about knowing what he plans to do this summer, but insists he’s focused on the remainder of the season.
“I know what I’m going to do. I have decided. For now, the only thing to think about is playing well for Chelsea.
“I have a year-and-a-half left on my contract, everyone knows. My decision will be known soon, but it’s not something that affects my mind.
“I think about it, but without thinking about it. When I’m in the field, I just want to play. We’ll see what happens after.”
Then when asked at what point Blues fans can expect an official announcement on the decision he has made, Hazard added: “I do not know, we’ll see.
“I will wait for the right moment.”
But one of Hazard’s former team-mates at Chelsea has had his say on what he wants to see happen.
Former Chelsea captain John Terry was alongside Hazard in the Blues side for five years before he left to join Aston Villa, where he is now working as assistant manager.
And responding to a question from a fan via Instagram asking whether Hazard will stay, Terry simply responded: “I hope so,” accompanied by a raised hands emoji.