- Eden Hazard has appeared in an advert for Nissan Football which has fueled speculation he could leave Chelsea
- The winger is a summer target for Real Madrid and there are reports he could leave England this month
- Reports say Eden Hazard will leave Chelsea after the 2018/19 Europa League final against Arsenal
Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard has appeared in an advert for Nissan Football where a message read "Next Stage Madrid".
The Belgian football star has been heavily linked with a move to the Spanish club with reports claiming that he would be joining Los Blancos after the Europa League final.
Chelsea fans will now be convinced that Eden Hazard could leave the Stamford Bridge side considering the advert where he recently appeared.
Eden Hazard who scored 16 goals and registered 15 assists in 37 games for Chelsea at the just concluded Premier League season has just one year left on his contract at Stamford Bridge.
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After competing in drills, two players qualify for the next event as a message pops up reading: "Qualified. Next stage: Madrid."
Replying to the video tweeted by Hazard himself, one fan said: "What a nice way of telling us you going. Next stage Madrid."
Meanwhile, Eden Hazard has said earlier that he has made up his mind on his future stressing that his major focus now is to win the Europa League title with Chelsea.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Chelsea star Eden Hazard has reportedly agreed a mega million deal to join Spanish giants Real Madrid after the 2018/19 Europa League final between his club and Arsenal.
According to the latest report by L'Equipe, Spanish side Real Madrid are expected to announce the signing of Eden Hazard for massive €100 Million after the Europa League final.
And should Real Madrid go on to sign Eden Hazard later this month as reported by L'Equipe, then it will bring the Belgian's eight years stint at Chelsea to and end.
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