Chelsea playmaker, Eden Hazard, has revealed that he has made his decision about staying or leaving the club.
The Belgium international also said he has informed the club about his decision two weeks ago, and was hoping for a resolution before now.
Hazard has refused to sign a new deal at the club, with one year left on his current deal. He has been strongly linked with a move to Spanish giants, Real Madrid.
Sky Sports reports that sources close to Real said the club are confident of signing the player.
He joined the London club from Lille for £32 million in 2012.
After his side’s 0-0 against Leicester City on the last game of the Premier League season, the 28-year-old stated that the club are not oblivious of his decision.
Some club fans display banners during the game on Sunday, begging the player to stay at Stamford Bridge.
“Yes. A couple of weeks ago. Yes I have made my decision but it is not just about me,” Hazard said.
“I have made my decision, that’s it.”
When asked if his future will become clear after the Europa League final against Arsenal on May 29, he added:
“I think so. We have a final to play and then I will see.”
“Yes, I wanted that, but that’s not happened. I’m still waiting like you are waiting and like the fans are waiting.
“When you are on the pitch, you try to be focused on the pitch with the ball. That’s it. When I am on the pitch, I just try to do the best.
“I am not thinking about this and this, my situation or the club’s situation. I just try to win games.”
Hazard played the final 22 minutes at the King Power Stadium as Chelsea finished third in the Premier League 26 points behind champions, Manchester City.