Chelsea attacker, Eden Hazard has stated that his future at Stamford Bridge depends on the transfer business the club does this summer, as the uncertainty at the club is affecting a number of first team players. The 27-year-old Belgian attacker, who is with Belgium at the World Cup in Russia wants the club to get new players that will match his ambition. Popular Italian journalist, Gianluca Di Marzio stated recently that Hazard will sign a new contract at the club after the tournament in Russia this summer worth around £300k-a-week.

Hazard has been linked to Real Madrid, but the resignation of childhood idol and former manager, Zinedine Zidane means that the likelihood of that happening may be reduced as the legendary Frenchman was at the forefront of bringing the world-class player to the Santiago Bernabeu. The managerial situation at Chelsea is dicey, as Antonio Conte has still not been sacked.

Speaking recently, he said, ‘Yeah, I want to know,’ ‘I want to know, but like I say I am focused on the World Cup. ‘If we have something new – manager or players – it is always good to know it, because I want players that can [help bring success back to] Chelsea next season ‘But, to be fair, the transfer market is not here yet. We will see after.’ Maurizio Sarri is the bookies favorite to take over at the club, and Hazard has warned that he wants more quality additions to help the FA Cup champions compete for the major titles.

There has been much speculation surrounding Antonio Conte’s future at Stamford Bridge and failure to guide them to Champions League qualification last season will have seen the Italian come under more scrutiny. Chelsea made a mess of their title defence last term, and only had the FA Cup to compensate for what was a disappointing campaign.