Belgium and Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard has made a massive admission about his future, amid heavy speculation he could join Real Madrid.
The 27-year-old was in good form for Belgium in their first game of the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Monday night against Panama, during which he set up Romelu Lukaku's second goal in his country's 3-0 win.
Hazard, who has been on Real's radar for quite some time, recently gave fans an indication of his plans for next season, admitting that he will not stay at the Blues if they do not "improve".
"If I stay, then it would be because they are going to improve on last season," he said, according to L'Equipe.
"I am not going to remain if they are going to be worse. Real Madrid could be interesting for me, as everyone knows. They know what they have to do if they want me.
"If it is going to be Madrid, just to go there, then no. I need a project, and at Chelsea I have one. If I have a good World Cup, then it will all be a lot easier. I don't want to speak about transfers at the moment because I have been asked a lot and in London I have won everything except for the Champions League.
"I am at this stage of my career thanks to Chelsea. To say that I am going would be too easy and so, first of all, I want to see what will happen at Chelsea ahead of next season. I want to see if the coach stays or not."
Chelsea will not play UEFA Champions League football next season following their fifth-place finish in the Premier League in the past campaign.
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