Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard has admitted that a win in tomorrow nights Europa League final against Arsenal would be a be the ideal way for him to call time on his Blues career.
Belgium international Hazard has established himself as one of the world’s top players since joining Chelsea from Lille in 2012, winning two Premier League titles during his six seasons in west London.
However, the 28-year-old is widely expected to depart Stamford Bridge this summer to join Real Madrid, meaning his last game for Chelsea will be tomorrows final against Arsenal in Baku, and Hazard has admitted he is hoping to bring home the trophy.
“We lost the League Cup final, so at the end of the season this is the trophy we can go for,” Hazard told a pre-match press conference.
“I just want to win the trophy, that is it. It does not matter if I score or I do not score. If it is my last game, I hope to bring the trophy.
“Would it be the perfect farewell? Yes.”
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