Eden Hazard has reiterated that he is not thinking about leaving Chelsea at the moment, but may reconsider his stance after the season ends.
The Belgian winger continues to be linked to a move to Real Madrid after suggesting he was on the way to the Spanish capital in the wake of the World Cup, but remains vital to the Blues this season and is contracted to the club until 2020.
With the January transfer window coming up, the speculation surrounding him will only increase, but he will postpone considering a switch for a bit longer.
“I’m only thinking about Chelsea now,” he told Sporza . “The competition lasts seven or eight months, after that I’ll see what happens.
“The coach has the same football philosophy as I. He always thinks about the ball. How we as players think about football, that is also his way of thinking.
“If you see how Napoli play, it’s thanks to Maurizio Sarri, his style is now reflected in Chelsea, he also has players who fit into the system. So yes, we’re very happy, we play football well.”
Hazard’s team are one of several around Europe to be named in the latest Football Leaks reports, which allege many clubs are determined to start a European Super League, while the likes of Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain have been accused of forcing their way around UEFA’s Financial Fair Play regulations.
And the 27-year-old is keeping on top of the latest claims.
“I try to read the reports, and there’s something new every day,” he added.
“I like to stay informed and if I can help, I want to do that too, but I mainly concentrate on my job on the pitch. As a player you do not have the ability to clean up football, there are others who do that.
“Football Leaks is not just a problem of agents, but of football in general. Of course I am in favour of putting things in order, not only in Belgium but also internationally, we know that a lot of money is involved in football, and there are some figures around who do not mean well.”