The Belgium captain’s contract runs out next year and he has been heavily linked with a move to Real Madrid
Eden Hazard gave a jovial response when asked if he would sign a new Chelsea deal at the club’s end-of-season awards on Friday.
The 28-year-old, who has just one year left on his Blues deal, has been continually linked with a summer move to Real Madrid.
Hazard has been Chelsea’s standout performer once again this season, scoring 19 goals and registering 16 assists.
He picked up the club’s goal and player of the year awards on Friday night, but was heckled during the ceremony by one of the Blues supporters in attendance.
The fan shouted: “Sign the contract!” To which Hazard, who joined Chelsea in a £32million deal from Lille in 2012, replied: “Where’s the pen?”
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The Belgium captain also paid tribute to the Stamford Bridge faithful.
He said: “My relationship with the fans has been really good since I came here.
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“It’s always a pleasure to play at Stamford Bridge in front of the fans. That’s why I am on the pitch.
“When we play for such a great club like Chelsea at the end of the season you want to win something.
“Now we have that opportunity. We will go to Baku all together with the fans and we will be back with the trophy.”
Hazard’s final Chelsea could be against Arsenal in the Europa League final on May 29.