“I gave my life, my legs, my buttocks” – Eden Hazard tells Arsenal star he’s done his best in seven years

Chelsea are set to lose Eden Hazard after the player was reportedly locked in a conversation with Arsenal striker Pierre Emerick Aubameyang before with the Europa League final that led to him revealing where his future lies.

Hazard has spent seven years at Chelsea and since his signing in the summer of 2012, weeks after the Blues had won the Champions League final, he helped the London giants to win two Europa League titles, two Premier Leagues, one FA Cup and two League Cups. His impact on the Chelsea team has been nothing less than enormous.

The 28-year old is in his last days at the Stamford Bridge club, if the report by Football Espana on Twitter is to be believed. The tweet said on Wednesday that Chelsea had agreed on a deal with Real Madrid.

That said, there has been another revelation that seems to confirm Hazard’s departure. The former Lille LOSC player is quoted by RMC Sport, to have told Aubameyang, “I gave my life, my legs, my buttocks, everything!”

Hazard is on his way to Real, the fans are apprehensive because they know they are about to lose one of the biggest players to have ever worn the blue shirt. But as the story unfolds, it seems the truth about his future is already known to a player in a rival club.