Chelsea star, Eden Hazard, has remained coy on whether next week’s Europa League final against Arsenal, will be his last game for the club.
Hazard is out of contract next summer and has refused to sign a new deal, with speculations rife that he is on his way to Real Madrid this summer.
However, despite the speculation surrounding him, the Belgian has insisted that he is only focused on claiming a trophy for the Blues.
“My last match? I do not think that at all.
“I’m only thinking about winning this match and then what will happen after that will happen.
“I have an important week to prepare, with a trophy to play for.
“I’ve been lucky enough to win the Europa League already with Chelsea, but I want to win it a second time. We’ll go motivated like never before and try and win the match.
“In terms of intensity, it will be a Premier League game. Two teams that respect each other, two teams with great players, we know their coach is used to winning the Europa League, but in a final it’s 50/50,” Hazard told RMC Sport.