In a massive blow to the hopes of many Chelsea supporters, Eden Hazard has revealed he is yet to commit his long-term future to the club before again stating he would consider a move to La Liga giants Real Madrid in the summer.

With Hazard’s current deal with the west London club runs until the end of the 2019-2020 season, Chelsea are understood to have offered the 28-year-old winger fresh terms. However, Hazard is yet to put his signature on the new deal, which might see the west Londoners lose their talismanic forward on a free transfer in 2020.

As a result, many top European clubs, including long-time admirers Madrid, have been mooted as possible destinations for the Belgian should he decide to leave the Blues after the end of the current season.

In an interview on Monday, Hazard has given an update to his current situation at west London. Despite stating that he is content with life at the club and the city, his comments also offered a hint that he may well be considering the possibility of leaving Stamford Bridge.

“The new coach [Sarri] thinks football like me, so we’ll see, the family is in London, I’m also going to be 28,” said the Belgian star. “I do not want to have any regrets at the end of my it’s a decision I’m going to make, I do not know when, but I’ll take it.”

The 28-year-old, who has been in stunning form for the Blues this season with seven goals and eight assists in 15 Premier League matches, again professed his dream of playing for the white shirt of Real. “Me, you know me, I’ve always loved Real, even before [Zinedine] Zidane, we’ll see what happens,” added Hazard. “As I said, I’m already finishing this year with Chelsea, I still have a year of contract after this year, we’ll see.”

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Chelsea head coach Maurizio Sarri, who is keen for Hazard to commit his long-term future at Stamford Bridge, has recently stated the club are trying to hold talks with Hazard over a new deal weekly but the Belgian revealed the negotiations have been on hold for now.

“There was a bit of talk [with Chelsea about a new contract] but then it stopped, now we’re waiting,” continued the 28-year-old.