Eden Hazard rules out PSG switch
Eden Hazard has ruled out leaving Chelsea to join Paris St Germain this month.
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The Belgian attacking midfielder has been in thrilling form for Jose Mourinho's team but has also been linked with a move to the French capital.
He scotched the prospect of such a move during an appearance on the French television programme Telefoot, on channel TF1.
Hazard, 23, said: "In every transfer window for the last four years people have been saying I'm going here or there.
"It was the same when I was at Lille. It's often Paris, because Paris have money, Paris are a big club.
"But my choice is Chelsea, I play all the time, and I like it here.
"There's no chance of seeing me leave in this transfer window. Even in the summer.
"I've no desire to leave. I think this is the best place for me to progress."
Hazard was prised away from Lille by Chelsea in June 2012, costing a reported £32million.
Mourinho said earlier this month there was "no chance" of selling Hazard.