Chelsea star Eden Hazard has further fuelled speculation regarding a possible move to Paris Saint-Germain by admitting he would have to consider it if family wishes became an issue.
The big-spending Ligue 1 champions have been linked with a €60million bid for the Belgium international this season, though Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho strenuously denied his star winger would be making the trip to the French capital. However, the Portuguese will likely not be best pleased with Hazard's latest quotes to the French television station Canal+ this week when asked about a move to Parc des Princes.
"If my wife tells me: 'darling, I want to go to PSG', then I will have to take it into account," he is quoted as telling the Canal+ documentary by Belgian newspaper Het Laatste Nieuws.
It is another instance of PSG troubling the Stamford Bridge side this week, as Chelsea were beaten 3-1 by the French champions on Wednesday. Hazard scored the Blues only goal from the penalty spot, but poor defending allowed Javier Pastore to score a tremendous late solo goal that could be the deciding factor in the tie.
Ezequiel Lavezzi and a David Luiz own goal before Pastore's strike left Mourinho's men with a mountain to climb in the Champions League quarter-final second leg in London on Tuesday. The Chelsea boss will likely see this latest connection of Hazard with a move to the Qatari-backed club as a nuisance while he plots his team's recovery in the tie next week.