Former Chelsea winger Thorgan Hazard has stated that he has not thought about resigning for the West London club but has not ruled out a Premier League return.
The Borussia Monchengladbach attacker was on the books of the Stamford Bridge outfit for three years before leaving to join the Bundesliga outfit in 2015.
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Hazard did not make a Premier League appearance in his time with the London side and was in the shadow of older brother Eden.
Since leaving to join Monchengladbach the 23-year-old versatile forward has been in impressive form and is noticeably improving as he gets consistent time on the pitch in Germany.
Hazard has scored three Bundesliga goals this season and was also on the scoresheet against Barcelona in the Champions League in midweek.
Talk in the press has linked the Belgium international with a return to Chelsea, with rumblings that the Premier League side may even back a buy-back option in his contract in Germany.
However, Hazard has stated that he is focussed on his current employers.
“Chelsea? I’m not thinking about a move. I’m happy in Germany. But I don’t know my limits at all,” he told HLN.
Chelsea have bought Nemanja Matic and David Luiz back after selling them, while a return to Stamford Bridge for Romelu Lukaku has also been heavily touted in the press.