Chelsea's Eden Hazard rules out summer move to Paris Saint-Germain and commits himself to Stamford Bridge future

 
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Hazard was crowned PFA Player of the Year in 2015 (Source: Getty)

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Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard has committed himself to be club after ruling out a summer move to French champions Paris Saint-Germain.

Hazard, who will captain Belgium at Euro 2016 in the absence of injured defender Vincent Kompany, endured a difficult campaign last season after being crowned PFA Player of the Year in 2015.

The 25-year-old has long been linked with PSG, although Hazard now looks set to be a part of the Stamford Bridge revolution under new boss Antonio Conte, who will join at the end of Italy’s involvement at the European Championship.

“PSG are not part of my plans,” he said. “I have a contract until 2020, I feel good here and I don’t want to finish on a season like that.

“I left Lille as a boss and I’d like to leave Chelsea as a boss, if I do leave one day. But for the time being I’m here, of course.”