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Hazard takes note of Chelsea success

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Lille playmaker Eden Hazard insists he has not yet decided where he will be plying his trade next season but admits Chelsea's Champions League victory has made a potential switch to Stamford Bridge more attractive.

Hazard, one of Europe's most sought-after stars, has been heavily linked with Barclays Premier League rivals Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea. However, after scoring a hat-trick in what was almost certainly his final game for Lille on Sunday, the 21-year-old Belgium international said he had not made a decision on his future yet.

"I have not made my choice yet. I haven't signed anything," said Hazard, who also suggested Chelsea's triumph in Munich on Saturday had provided him with further food for thought.

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