The 27-year-old is rumoured to be a target for La Liga giants Real Madrid and Barcelona following six years in West London, where he has won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup, EFL Cup and Europa League.
Belgium's Eden Hazard celebrates with a medal after the match.
With his World Cup over, Eden Hazard's potential move to Real Madrid is set to become the subject of intense speculation in the coming days and weeks, although Brian Laudrup believes it is a done deal.
Hazard stated this, while speaking to reporters, following their 2-1 victory over England, in the third-place match of the 2018 World Cup. I can decide if I want to stay or go, but Chelsea will make the final decision - if they want to let me go.
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"That doesn't mean I'm going to come back, but for me they are very important and I'm going to do something to see them more". "Certainly after this World Cup".
Hazard did not repeat his desire to join Madrid but alluded to his past declarations. Next week it will be Bayern (Munich). "You know my preferred destination".
Real are likely to be in the market for a top-class forward after selling all-time leading scorer Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus for 100 million euros last week.
There were rumours that Hazard was chafing at the defensive burden placed on him by recently departed Chelsea manager Antonio Conte, and the Belgian praised Conte's replacement, Maurizio Sarri - though that does not seem to have changed his mind regarding a transfer.