My dream was to play in the Premier League.

” Eden Hazard admits he has probably played his final game for Chelsea after inspiring the club to Europa League glory. The Belgian, who looks set to join Real Madrid, struck twice in the 4-1 victory over Arsenal in Baku.

GETTY 3 Hazard delivered the Europa League for Chelsea in his final game And after the game, he finally confirmed what Chelsea fans had been dreading. “I think it’s a goodbye,” he told BT Sport. “But in football you never know. “My dream was to play in the Premier League. I think it’s time for a new challenge.

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Both clubs. “You will know in the next few days.” Hazard was at his brilliant best as he signed off in style. GETTY 3 Hazard’s celebrates Chelsea’s Europa League success After a quiet first-half, Chelsea sparked into life when Olivier Giroud stooped low to head in the opener. Then Hazard stole the show, setting up Pedro for the Blues’ second, before scoring from the penalty spot and linking up with Giroud for a superb second.

That looks set to be his last ever Chelsea goal – and the club have reportedly already agreed a fee with Real Madrid. According to The Sun, Chelsea will receive ?100m with a possible further ?15m in add-ons, with Hazard signing a four-year deal worth a basic ?400,000 a week.

GETTY 3 Hazard blew kisses to the Chelsea fans Real president Florentino Perez recently revealed the Spanish side have been trying to sign the Belgian for a long time. “We have been trying to make Hazard a Real Madrid player for several years,” he told on Spanish radio station Onda Cero. “We are working on a project to make people dream again, where we recover our hunger and ambition. I have already lived through this stage before. “I have a dream that Hazard will arrive this year. Let’s make a good team this year.” ” ” Non-league Kidderminster secured a FA Cup replay with Peterborough following a goalless draw on Saturday but there’s no doubting the Harriers rode their luck at times as this crazy goalmouth scramble (40 seconds into the video) proves. “