- Eden Hazard sealed a move to Chelsea in the summer of 2012
- The Belgian made a £32million switch from French outfit Lille
- At the time, Man United and Man City were eyeing his signature
His future at Stamford Bridge may be uncertain after more than six years of service, but Eden Hazard's love and passion for Chelsea is unmatched.
Hazard completed his switch to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2012, rejecting both Man United and Man City in favour of the Blues.
The Belgian playmaker went on to establish himself as one of the finest footballers in the Premier League and the world.
And looking back, the 28-year-old believes he made the right decision to join the Blues, admitting his career could have been much different elsewhere.
In an interview with the Guardian, the former Lille star further acknowledged the role played by Chelsea legends Didier Drogba and Joe Cole in settling for the Blues.
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"I had a chance to sign for Manchester United, Man City, Tottenham, but I made the right decision," he told the Guardian.
"I spoke with the owner and I had Didier Drogba and Joe Cole on the phone telling me this was the best club," he added.
Despite being linked with a move away this summer, Hazard ruled out any possible chance of playing for either of the Manchester clubs.
He has lifted two Premier League titles in his five-trophy haul for the Blues.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Real Madrid will unveil Eden Hazard on Monday, June 3, with all things being equal, reports in Spain claim.
The Belgium international is set to play what could be his last game for Chelsea in the Europa League final against Arsenal in Baku, Azerbaijan.
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