Hazard has been linked with a move to the Bernabeu for many years but the Blues have been able to keep him in west London. "So I will see", he commented.
"The thing is that he has a very good relationship with the club, he's happy there and it's not like other cases when a player wants to leave a club at any cost". "It is not like, if I go I am happy, and if I stay that I am unhappy". "It is my future".
Gabbiadini made his first start of the league season in Sunday's 3-0 home defeat against Chelsea but was hooked after 78 minutes. "I want what's good for me, but I want what's good for the club because the club has given me everything". The 27-year-old, a father of three, will want what is best for him and his family and has spoken of his long-held desire to play for Real Madrid. "He knows in his mind what he wants but I'd love to play with him for many more years".
"Maybe I would have better evaluated the offers I had from Italy, even if I really wanted to not give up and stay in the Premier League". I don't want to say that I am not talking with the club or the owner. Without wasting much time, let us quickly evaluate the reasons for Real Madrid's dip in form. It is a hard decision.
Hazard was involved yet again as he set up substitute Alvaro Morata for Chelsea's third in stoppage time.
The attacking midfielder has 20 months to run on his deal with Chelsea, and, given that he turns 28 in January, should be reaching the peak of his career.
Last summer Hazard forced the situation to the extent that there were talks between the two clubs but they eventually broke down without agreement.
There's a positive mood among the Stamford Bridge faithful thanks to the attractive brand of football brought in by Maurizio Sarri, but there's a worry they're becoming over reliant on star man Eden Hazard.