Belgium forward Eden Hazard expects his transfer from Chelsea to Spanish giants Real Madrid to be official the next few days.
Hazard scored a brace as Maurizio Sarri’s men beat Arsenal 4-1 to lift the Europa League trophy on Wednesday.
The 28-year-old joined the London based club from Ligue 1 side Lille in 2012 for a transfer fee reported to be about £32 million.
He has won two Europa League and two Premier League titles at Chelsea, as well as an FA Cup and EFL Cup in his seven-year stay at the Stamford Bridge.
Hazard hinted after the Europa League final that his move to Real Madrid was close.
“In the next few days, my departure will be official,”
“I think it was my last game, it’s between clubs right now, I cannot talk about it yet. I hope to face Lille and Chelsea in the Champions League next season.” He told RMC Sport.
Hazard made over 245 appearances and scored 85 goals in all competitions for Chelsea.
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