Chelsea FC playmaker Eden Hazard has dropped the biggest hint yet that he could be heading through the Blues exit door when the transfer window reopens.
The Belgian has been reluctant to extend his contract over the past 12 months and it has now come to the point that the Blues are likely to consider his sale.
Hazard is due to enter the final year of his contract this summer and speaking to BBC Sport, he has acknowledged that a decision has been made over his future.
The 28-year-old added that talks are still ongoing between the parties involved which may suggest that Real Madrid are negotiating a transfer price with the Blues.
“I have made my decision, that’s it. I’m still waiting [for the situation to develop]. Yes [I told the club] a couple of weeks ago. I have made my decision but it is not just about me. We have a final to play and then I will see,” he told BBC Sport.
Hazard has contributed 19 goals and 15 assists during the course of the campaign and majority of those have come in the Premier League where he won the Playmaker of the Year award.
Despite the positives, he has remained hugely reluctant to speak about his future beyond the summer and that provides a possible hint that he could eventually seal his dream move to Real Madrid.