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Eden Hazard rules out Paris Saint-Germain transfer

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard has emphatically denied that he will leave the club this summer in order to join Paris Saint-Germain.

The Belgian has been linked this week with a huge €75 million switch to the Parc des Prince, with France Football claiming that his representatives met with PSG chiefs back in March.

Soon after those claims were made reports emerged saying that Chelsea were preparing a bumper new contract that would ward off interest from the Ligue 1 champions - although that now seems unnecessary with Hazard stating his intentions to remain at Stamford Bridge for the foreseeable future.

"I’m only thinking about the World Cup, voila… I’m fine at Chelsea," he told a reporter from RMC Radio while away with the Belgian national team ahead of the tournament in Brazil.

When asked by if he was looking to leave Chelsea this summer, Hazard replied: "There is no chance."

Hazard's comments are likely to be music to the ears of Chelsea fans who have seen some of their favourite players sold or leave the club in recent months.

Juan Mata departed Stamford Bridge to join Manchester United in January, while David Luiz is on his way to PSG. Ashley Cole and Frank Lampard haven't been offered new contracts, and are free to find new clubs.

Check out Hazard's comments in the video below.

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