Eden Hazard is evasive as ever when being asked about his possible move to Real Madrid.

It’s for the best, probably, because it shows what his priorities are, at least in the short term.

The Blues are days away from the Europa League final, and in any case,

Hazard would love to get that trophy for the team he has served for 7 years.
Which is why he has held back from answering questions about the summer and has spoken on the game against Arsenal.

“My last match? I do not think of anything at all, only to win the match, after that, what happens will happen,” Hazard told RMC Sport.

“[Baku is] a bit far, but we are preparing for it in the same way as if it was in the Premier League. It’s a European final, a great moment for both clubs.

“I’ve been lucky enough to win the Europa League already with Chelsea, but I want to win it a second time. We’ll go motivated like never before and try and win the match.

“In terms of intensity, it will be a Premier League game. Two teams that respect each other, two teams with great players, we know their coach is used to winning the Europa League, but in a final, it’s 50/50.”