Jose Mourinho says there is 'no chance' that Eden Hazard will join Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, adding that it would cost the Ligue 1 giants 'crazy' money if they wanted to sign the Belgian star.
Hazard joined Chelsea in the summer of 2012 in a deal believed to be worth around £32 million from Lille.
Since then the playmaker has made 89 appearances for Chelsea, scoring 23 times in the process.
Despite his fine performances at Stamford Bridge this season, rumours have started circulating that he could be on his way to PSG in the summer. Le Parisien quoted Hazard as telling a team-mate today: " will certainly be joining Paris next summer."
However Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has moved to dismiss the speculation, insisting that Hazard if going nowhere.
He told reporters today: "I'm not worried because if his value was around £40 million when Chelsea bought him, if two years later he's twice or three times better than he was when we bought him, I think his value is a crazy value, so Edin on top of that is not a player Chelsea is interesting in selling anyway.
"Our tag is not to sell, plus the crazy amount that he can value in this moment, I think no chance that Edin can leave."
With the January transfer window well underway Chelsea have been linked with a host of signings, including Manchester United forward Wayne Rooney, having missed out on the striker in the summer.
"I don't want to speak about it," Mourinho said of the Manchester United man. "We play United in a few days and I don't think it's nice to speak about a Manchester United player.
"You have to ask him, ask the player, and Manchester United. They have a contract with the player that doesn't end at end of season. I think you have to speak with David [Moyes] and with them."
The 'Special One' also spoke out about the futures of three of his players; Juan Mata, Michael Essien and Kevin de Bruyne.
Mourinho insisted no club had been in touch with an offer for either Mata or Essien, while there are two offers on the table for De Bruyne, who is said to be close to a switch to Wolfsburg.
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