Eden Hazard has stated that he is fully committed to Chelsea and has no intention of leaving for Paris Saint Germain this summer

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The 23-year-old Belgian star has

also revealed that he has opened

talks about a new contract at

Stamford Bridge, emphasising he

has no plans to leave the West

London giants.

Recent weeks have seen intense

speculation over Hazard's future,

with PSG strongly linked with a

big-money offer for Hazard amid

claims that he is unsettled.

But now, on the eve of the World

Cup finals, Hazard has moved to

quash any further speculation

about his future, with the Young

Player of the Year insisting that he

is staying with Chelsea.

Speaking to Belgian newspaper

La Derniere Heure, he revealed: "I

won't go to PSG, I am staying at

Chelsea 100 per cent.

"We are talking with Chelsea

about a contract extension, but

there's no hurry on that.

"Of course in football you never

know but I am under contract

with Chelsea and I want to stay


"It is only the beginning of the

talks right now so we have time,

but the fact that Chelsea have

offered me a new deal means they

have a lot of confidence in me

that I can do a good job and that

they can count on me.

"PSG never made any suggestions

to me personally."

Hazard is currently with the

Belgium World Cup squad, who

are due to arrive in Brazil on




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