Chelsea star to snub move - until the summer at least

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard will not look to leave Chelsea in the January transfer window despite interest from Paris St Germain, according to reports in France.

The former-Lille winger moved to Chelsea in the summer of 2012, and his impressive performances have prompted speculation linking him with a big-money return to France.

The Stamford Bridge winger fell foul of Jose Mourinho earlier this season when he turned up late to a training session. He was not involved in the subsequent Champions League game against Schalke.

And reports earlier this month claimed those around the Chelsea training ground at Cobham have been surprised by Hazard's poor attitude to working on his game.

It was claimed that the Belgian international is often the first to leave, and rarely stays after lunch for extra work.

But the £32m playmaker is one of the club's most important, and effective, attackers and the latest report from Le 10 Sport suggests he is not interested in a move to PSG - despite the opportunity to link up with Edinson Cavani and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

PSG winger Jeremy Menez is expected to leave next month with his contract expiring at the end of the season, with Hazard a potential replacement.

But the report claims he will not even consider leaving Chelsea - until after the World Cup at least.

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