Eden Hazard has ruled out the prospect of leaving Real Madrid, saying a return to the Premier League is “out of the question”.
Hazard has been linked with a Real Madrid exit this summer after leaving Chelsea after leaving Chelsea for the Spanish giants. The winger scored just five goals in two injury-ridden seasons at the Bernabeu.
Hazard became one of the best players in world football over a seven-year season in England, but has struggled to repeat those feats since his transfer to La Liga.
Recent reports suggested that Real Madrid were poised to lessen their losses to the Belgium international as they look to raise funds for recruiting this summer. The 30-year-old has been linked to a possible return to the Premier League.
Now, however, Hazard has opened up his future and insists that he is determined to prove himself after the fitness problems of recent campaigns in Madrid. Rule out a return to England and insist that a transfer to the Premier League is out of the question.
“I have a three-year contract with Real Madrid, a return to England is out of the question,” said the Belgian at a press conference on the international service.
“Everyone knows my first two years weren’t good, so I want to prove myself at Real Madrid first.
“Of course, given the contract situation, I don’t see myself leaving Madrid.
“I know myself and I know when I’m in shape. If that’s the case, I can give everything for Real next season. This is my plan. “
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