The supremo of the Nord side has claimed he will resist any offer from PSG for the much-coveted Belgian starlet, despite strong interest from the ambitious capital giants
The exciting Belgian has attracted the interest of a whole host of European giants, including PSG, who are under new ownership, but speaking to French sports publication RMC, Seydoux said: ''Yes they [PSG] have bigger fortunes that have arisen recently.
"Although if the amount [offered] was stupendous, my answer would be the same - no. Eden Hazard will stay here. They say everything can go very quickly in football. But at Lille, we keep to our commitments.''
Goal.com revealed last week that PSG had joined the race for Hazard's signature but despite the financial clout of their Qatari shareholders, Seydoux appeares determined to retain Hazard for their venture into the Champions League next season.
The 20-year-old forward played a starring role in Lille's successful domestic campaign in France, as the club clinched a league and cup double.