Liverpool target Eden Hazard has refused to comment on the continuous speculation that surrounds his future until the end of the season according to skysports.com.
The 20-year-old Belgian international winger has drawn plaudits from all corners of the globe after a series of scintillating displays in Ligue 1 this season, and as a result the Lille playmaker is not short of clubs queuing up for his signature.
Reports in the French press claim that one club has already made an offer of €23million in an attempt to secure Hazard’s heavily coveted signature.
But the player himself has shelved all talk until the summer and instead remains focused on helping Lille in their hunt for the domestic title.
Speaking after their 1-0 victory over Sochaux yesterday evening, Hazard intimated:
"I am just thinking about winning the league and we are almost there.
"I am not thinking about transfers. I have many contacts but my advisers and the club are the ones controlling that side of things.
"I am happy to see Gervinho scoring and taking us closer to our dream. I want to win the league and transfer talk can wait for a bit."
Liverpool are thought to be the club in pole position for Hazard’s services, with Reds boss Kenny Dalglish keen to add two wide midfielders to his Anfield ranks.
Having exploited the January transfer window to bring headline signings Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll to Anfield, Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group are set to back the club financially once again to continue the rebuilding process.
Director of Football Damien Comolli has received favourable reports from Liverpool’s scouting network, meaning the Reds are now poised to step up their pursuit in order to clinch a deal that could see Hazard move to Merseyside in the summer.
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