Chelsea star Eden Hazard has now confirmed he will leave Chelsea this summer after helping the club win the Europa League.
Chelsea beat Arsenal on Wednesday night 4-1 with Hazard scoring a brace in what is set to be his last game for Chelsea.
Pushed on his future after the final whistle, Hazard told BT Sport: “I think it is a goodbye. My dream was to play in the Premier League and I did that for 7 years with the best team in the world.”
“I talk about my decision already. I said that two weeks ago. Now it depends on the club, both clubs,” Hazard added.
“I’m just waiting like you wait, the fans wait, we will know in a couple of days. I think it’s a goodbye, but in football you never know.”
Hazard expanded on his thoughts in a separate interview, saying: “I want a new challenge like I said last year after the World Cup but it didn’t happen.
“So now it’s between both clubs. So I will see. I am still waiting, like you are waiting, and the fans are waiting. So we will see in a couple of days.”
Hazard scored a brace as Chelsea beat Arsenal 4-1 in the Europa League final in what is set to be his last game for Chelsea.