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Hazard waits on move

Eden Hazard's brother Thorgan Hazard is waiting to see if he will be moving on from Zulte Waregem in January.

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Thorgan Hazard: Could join Anderlecht

Thorgan Hazard: Could join Anderlecht

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Belgian giants Anderlecht are keen on taking the 20-year-old winger, who has already rebuffed advances from PSV Eindhoven.

Hazard joined Waregem on loan from Chelsea in the summer and has impressed this term, which has led to Anderlecht's interest.

"I can't confirm or deny it as I'm still a player of Zulte Waregem," he told Het Laatste Nieuws.

"My dad and my advisor take care of my future. All I want is to play."

Hazard maintains his dream of playing with his brother Eden at Chelsea.

"One day I want to play for Chelsea. Together with my brother, hopefully.

It must happen once," he continued.

"I trained with Chelsea two summers in a row. It feels wonderful. If you see all those big players walking around, you pinch your arm.

"But do you want to know what really impressed me? My conversation with Jose Mourinho last summer. It was so unbelievable he was just sitting in front of me and that we were discussing my future. In French.

"He told me he had seen the final game of the season between Zulte Waregem and Anderlecht. He told me I was doing well at Zulte.

"If someone like Mourinho tells you such nice things, I can guarantee you grow a few inches. It gave me an immense boost, although I realise I'm not yet ready for Chelsea."

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