Chelsea star Eden Hazard has increased speculation about a potential move away from Stamford Bridge by saying that every footballer would love to play for Real Madrid.
The 23-year-old winger has excelled in his second season in the Premier League and after scoring 12 goals and grabbing seven assists in 26 domestic league appearances he has caught the eye of the some of the biggest clubs around Europe, including the Spanish nine times Champions League winner Real Madrid and French team Paris Saint Germain.
The Belgium international player has always insisted he is happy in London but when asked in an interview with Bein Sport about a potential future move to the Santiago Bernabeu he said: "Who would not be interested in Real Madrid?"
He also responded to recent rumours linking him with PSG.
"Paris Saint-Germain are a great club, but I am currently happy at Chelsea. At the moment there is nothing with PSG, I still have much to do at Chelsea," he said.
Chelsea paid around £32m to Lille to secure Hazard's services in summer 2012 and it's unlikely they'll let go of him easily.
Hazard was named in the PFA Team of the Season in his debut campaign at Stamford Bridge and this year he has become the pivotal player for Jose Mourinho's team, earning even comparisons with Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo.
The Portuguese boss recently said Hazard is currently the best young European player while the Belgian star says he wants to keep improving to make his Ballon D'or dream come true in the future.