The Belgium international is a key player for the Blues at Stamford Bridge. He has been the club's player of the year on three occasions for the last four years. He has scored six goals and registered five assists for Antonio Conte's side in all competitions this term.
Hazard has been linked with a move away from Chelsea. According to Sky Sports, the Spanish capital club's president Florentino Perez has identified the 26-year-old to become one of the Galacticos players at Santiago Bernabéu.
His current deal with the English champions will run down in 2020. Despite expressing his admiration for Real, the former Lille man has dismissed the speculation that he is looking to leave Chelsea.
"I am always very fine at this club. I still have two years of contract [left]. When I feel the desire to leave, I'll leave. But, for now, I'm a Blue," Hazard told Canal+, as quoted by FourFourTwo.
"We know the admiration that I have for Real, but I'm at Chelsea. Every year, things were said about me, but I stayed. In Lille, I was announced in Paris, but I stayed. And in Chelsea, people always said that I'm leaving, but I'm still here."
It is not the first time that Hazard has opened the door for a future move to Real. Earlier in November, the forward admitted that he would like to play under the 12-time European champions' manager, Zinedine Zidane.
"Maybe one day, but for the moment I'm with Chelsea. I am just happy with Chelsea. I have a lot to do with Chelsea so I will see in the future but now I am just focused on Chelsea and I want to win a lot of things with Chelsea," the Belgian was quoted as saying by the Mirror.
Hazard was part of the Chelsea squad that won the Europa League in the 2012/13 season. Two years later, he went on to win his first League Cup and the Premier League with the Blues. The forward got his hands on the title for the second time last season when the Stamford Bridge outfit won the league under Conte.