Chelsea desperate to keep Hazard

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Chelsea are determined to keep Belgian winger Eden Hazard at the club this summer, despite interest from Paris Saint-Germain. 

According to The Daily Star, the French giants are plotting a £49 million move for the superstar, however it appears that Blues owner Roman Abramovich wants to keep his prize asset at the club. 

And if reports are to be believed, Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho also wants to keep Hazard at Stamford Bridge, despite having had a rocky relationship with the winger in recent time.

The 'Special One' openly criticised the player towards the back end of last season, however it appears that he is part of the Blues boss' plans for the 2014/15 campaign. 

Hazard, who struck 14 Premier League goals last season, won the club's Player of the Year award, and will be looking to improve further in the coming years. 

It remains to be seen as to whether Hazard will try and force a move away from The Bridge in the up coming market, but Chelsea fans will be hoping the club can keep him on their books.

Hazard's immediate attention, however, will turn to this summer's World Cup. Starring for Belgium, Hazard and Co. will be looking to upset the odds in Brazil and claim glory. 

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