Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard has once again dropped a transfer hint to Real Madrid ahead of Belgium showdown against France in Tuesday’s World Cup semi-final.
The former Lille star has been heavily linked with away move from the Stamford Bridge with Madrid side have emerged as the best suitors.
The Spanish giants are prepared to spend more than the £85.3m (€100m) the Belgium international as they want Ronaldo replacement, who is set to join Juventus this summer.
The 27-year-old is believed to be a Real Madrid fan and has also revealed that he turns one eye to his post-World Cup future.
“I am happy at Chelsea I haven’t had an offer from anyone for now,” Hazard told beIN SPORTS ahead of Belgium’s crunch clash with France on Tuesday.
When asked about Zinedine Zidane’s exit, Hazard replied: “Does Real make me dream less without Zidane?”
“It’s true that Zidane is special but Real Madrid would be a dream for anyone. With or without Zidane the Real Madrid shirt is special.”
“But I’m also doing fine in Chelsea blue so staying wouldn’t be a problem for me.”
“For now, it’s the World Cup. As I have said at least 100 times, I am in Chelsea and for the moment nobody has made me an offer.”
Hazard moved to Chelsea in 2012 from French side Lille and has since gone on to score 69 Premier League goals in 208 appearances.