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Thorgan Hazard feels ready to test himself at a higher level and would like to turn out in Premier League next season.

Last Updated: 09/04/14 at 12:01 Post Comment

Thorgan Hazard: Expecting to head out on loan again in 2014/15

Thorgan Hazard: Expecting to head out on loan again in 2014/15

The 21-year-old midfielder - the younger brother of Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard - has spent the last two seasons on loan in his native Belgium with Zulte-Waregem.

He is, however, tied to a contract at Stamford Bridge and will return to England in the summer.

With Chelsea currently well-stocked for creative talent, Hazard appreciates that his short-term future is likely to involve further loan spells.

He will be looking to take a step up in class in 2014/15, though, and hopes to find a club in the English or German top flight ready to offer him a grander stage on which to perform.

Hazard told RTBF: "At the end of the season, I'll return to Chelsea. Then we will discuss our options.

"But next season I would like to play in the Premier League or in the Bundesliga.

"Chelsea will decide, but I won't stay in Belgium."

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