Chelsea playmaker in-chief and forward Eden Hazard is still keeping the club in the dark about where he will play his football next season after remaining coy over his future following Chelsea’s penalty shootout win over Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Blues were held for 120 minutes in the second leg of the semi-final clash with the German side, which led to the penalty shootout. Hazard took the last kick which sealed the final for the London giants. In his first season, Chelsea traveled to the final of the Europa League and won it against Benfica, and it could be that his last campaign after a seven-year stint will end with another European title.
Hazard says he does not know the match in Baku will really his last in the Chelsea shirt.
“I don’t think that. I’m only thinking to win something for this club, for this squad.
“If it’s my last game I will try to do everything, if it’s not we will see. In my mind I don’t know yet, I’m just thinking to win games and that’s it.”
Eden Hazard, Daily Mail
Chelsea now face Arsenal in the cup final as they seek to end the season with silverware, having lost the Carabao Cup final to Manchester City and also dropping off the FA Cup in the fifth round.