With there constantly being rumours surronding his future with Chelsea, Eden Hazard's final match for the London club may well and truly be the UEFA Europa League final against Arsenal.
As Chelsea are preparing for the crucial Europa League match against Arsenal, the game has been overshadowed by the fact that this will probably be Hazard's final game for the club, with many suggesting that his move to Real Madrid will be confirmed just days after the final is played.
The Belgian has opened up about the constant links to Real Madrid, and he addressed the fact that plenty of people were saying that this will be his final match for Chelsea.
Hazard told the press, "My last match? I do not think that at all. I’m only thinking about winning this match and then what will happen after that will happen. I have an important week to prepare, with a trophy to play for.”
Hazard joined Chelsea way back in 2012, and in his seven seasons at the club, he has scored 85 Premier League goals and provided 54 assists in just 245 league appearances for the club, a very impressive feat for a winger.
Apart from winning the Premier League twice, the FA Cup, the League Cup, and the Europa League, he was also named as the PFA Players' Player of the Year in 2014-15, and the PFA Young Player of the Year in 2013-14, whilst also being named in the UEFA Team of the Year in 2017 and 2018.
There have been reports that Chelsea are willing to accept £130 million for the Belgian, and with Hazard admiring Zinedine Zidane's work, this move could well and truly be done in the next few weeks.