Hazard: Move to PSG difficult to turn down

The Belgium international is keen to add a Champions League winner's medal to his collection and sees Laurent Blanc's side as a viable option for him in the future
Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has admitted that a move to Paris Saint-Germain would be difficult to turn down were the opportunity to arise.

The Belgium international is one of a number of Blues stars who has struggled for consistency during the defence of their Premier League title, with the Stamford Bridge outfit languishing in 12th place in the table.

Hazard feels that a move to a club capable of winning the Champions League would help him fulfil the main objective in his career, and sees Les Parisiens as a viable option.

And as he prepares to face Laurent Blanc's side in the last-16 of the competition, he is refusing to rule out one day swapping west London for the French capital.

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"It's hard to say no to PSG, as with all teams capable of winning the Champions League," he told Le Parisien.

"Now, PSG are part of this category. And for me, winning the Champions League is the main objective.

"But for now, I do not dwell on it."

Hazard has been heavily linked with a summer exit after struggling for form this season - scoring just once, from the penalty spot, in the FA Cup - with recent speculation suggesting both Laurent Blanc and Real Madrid manager Zinedine Zidane are interested.