Blues star Eden Hazard has openly admitted he could leave Stamford Bridge.
But only on one condition…Chelsea win another Premier League title.
Footballers come and go from clubs quite regulary these days, and Hazard may well be no exception.
The Blues star has been in top form after coming back from a dismal last season.
With great form comes offers, and Hazard will have a flourish of offers come January, especially after this statement:
The 25-year-old told the Guardian: ‘Back in March I’d spoken [to Conte] about the difficult season I’d had up to then, and what he expected of me in the year to come.
‘I’d not scored many goals, but he saw me as a goalscorer. He spoke to me about his preferred systems, the 3-4-3 or even with two up front.
Hazard, who has played over 200 games for Chelsea, added: ‘I made clear I had no intention of leaving after such a poor year.
‘I didn’t want to go out like that. If I ever leave, it’ll be after winning a championship. You need to go out on a high so that people remember you for the right reasons.’