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Hazard shuns PSG links

Eden Hazard has responded to speculation linking him with Paris Saint Germain by insisting he has no intention of leaving Chelsea.

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Eden Hazard: Happy at Chelsea

Eden Hazard: Happy at Chelsea

The Belgian winger has been in sparkling form this season under Jose Mourinho, and reports in France claim that PSG have him on their radar.

But the former Lille winger is in no hurry to return to Ligue 1 and is very happy at Stamford Bridge.

"For four years, during each transfer market, there are rumours I will go here and there," Hazard told French television show Tele-Foot.

"Paris has money, Paris is a great club. But I am at Chelsea, there is no chance to see me leaving during that transfer market or during the next one, I think.

"I don't want to leave. To me, Chelsea is the best place to improve."

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