Eden Hazard hints at joining PSG next summer, Guus Hiddink tells him to forget and move on

Eden Hazard is desperate to seek an exit route from Chelsea next season as he has fueled fresh speculations regarding his summer move to PSG.

Ahead of the Champions League clash tonight, Hazard admitted that it would be tough to say no to PSG, when they come calling.

Hazard’s comments did not go well with Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink who advised the Belgium International to first gain his fitness and prove his worth to Chelsea.

Hazard wants PSG transfer

Hiddink admitted how PSG are growing in stature in becoming one of Europe’s most feared teams and they are targeting all the best players who are available.

Despite his admission, Hiddink squashed all Hazard to PSG rumours by saying that his contract runs until 2020, and he will stay at the Bridge till he is contracted to Chelsea football club.

Hiddink said: “They (PSG) have big targets to win the Champions League.


“For me, I think big, big, big players always like to be in the biggest league which is the Premier League and La Liga, and also the Bundesliga.

“First he (Hazard) must now get fit and show he is a top player and then for Chelsea, which is a top club, he can be of huge value.”

With these comments, Hiddink has opened up a whole new debate and perhaps targeted a strong remark towards Ligue 1 and PSG. The very fact that Chelsea manager claimed of PSG or Ligue 1 not being among the big boys of European football, the game between the two sides will become even more interesting.

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