The coveted Belgian winger, who is reported to be on the wish list of top teams all over Europe, has hinted he would be happy with a move to either Manchester clubLille forward Eden Hazard has sparked further speculation over his future by alluding to a possible transfer to Premier League rivals Manchester United and Manchester City.
The Belgian forward has been linked with a number of Europe's top clubs recently but has admitted that England is his most likely destination.
The 21-year-old was also spotted attending the crucial Manchester derby last Monday and the two sides are amongst the favourites to land his signature.
When asked whether he prefers red or blue, Hazard told Canal+: "I like both. They're both nice colours. I think they both suit me."
Both Sir Alex Ferguson and Roberto Mancini have been on scouting trips to see the Ligue 1 star and look set for a summer battle for his services, with Goal.com exclusively revealing that City are in pole position to secure the player's services.
Despite the Manchester clubs seemingly favourites to sign the coveted attacker, Tottenham and Chelsea have not given up hope on luring him to London.
However much will depend on whether either club can attain Champions League football for the coming campaign.