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Transfer News: Frederic Paquet is unsure where Eden Hazard will be playing next season

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Lille managing director Frederic Paquet is unsure where starlet Eden Hazard will move to and believes that four clubs are in the hunt for the playmaker.

The 21-year-old Belgium international admitted that Chelsea’s Champions League victory had altered his way of thinking after stating he’d be playing in Manchester last week.

“I am not sure he knows [who he will sign for] himself where he will go, so for the moment, we don’t know,” he told Sky Sports.

“From my knowledge he has four teams interested in buying him.

“It is not up to us to tell to him [where to go].

“We have a very strong relationship with the player, we will work together and are waiting for him to make a choice between these four teams.”

Hazard has been linked with Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham in the past few months.

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