€60m Chelsea ace responds to transfer rumours

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Chelsea star Eden Hazard has reiterated his intention to stay at Stamford Bridge amid rumours linking him with Paris Saint Germain.

As reported by French newspaper Le 10 Sport, Hazard confirmed that he's happy at Chelsea and believes he is playing some of the best football of his career at the moment.

"I'm in a good moment," Hazard said. "I try every game to have fun with my teammates.

"All went well at Manchester City. I was a also very good against Newcastle. But the whole team was at the top, from the first to the last minute.

"I'm happy in life. I am satisfied with my level and happy at this club. My form is good for now, a lot of good things are happening and I hope that will continue."

The 23-year-old Belgian international scored a hat-trick against Newcastle at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon as Chelsea beat the Magpies 3-0.

That came off the back of an impressive performance in the 1-0 victory over Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium.

Hazard, valued at €60m, himself has spoken of matching the heights achieved by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. But his form of late has prompted speculation linking him with French moneybags PSG.

The defending Ligue 1 champions continued their charm offensive this week as club captain Thiago Silva admitted he would welcome the Chelsea star with open arms at the Parc des Princes.

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