Eden Hazard has confirmed he will be heading to one of three Premier League clubs this summer – but says he is yet to make his decision over which one to choose.
Lille’s managing director Frederic Paquet said on Tuesday that four clubs were in the hunt for his signature, sparking reports Arsenal were in with an outside chance of landing the talented youngster.
Chelsea, Manchester United and Manchester City are the three clubs in the running for the Belgian international, who revealed today that he would be moving to one of these teams.
"I do not know when a decision will be made about my future club," he told the Belgian media after training with the national side.
"It will be between Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea. The final choice also depends on how much play that I would get and the position where I play.
"Not everyone can say that he can choose from these three clubs."
Hazard looks set to be at the centre of a monumental transfer tussle this summer, with up to six Premier League clubs declaring an interest in him at some point over the past season.
The winger has enjoyed another spectacular season which saw him pick up the Ligue 1 player of the year award for the second successive season as Lille secured Champions League football.
Hazard was expected to announce his decision following Lille’s final game of the season on Sunday against Nancy in which he bagged a hat-trick, however the 21-year-old only served to cloud matters by revealing Chelsea’s Champions League success had made him think twice about his final destination.
Both Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini have been to watch the winger in action this season, with both revealing they were fans of his ability, although media reports suggested he was leaning towards a move to Old Trafford.