Eden Hazard has revealed that Arsenal is a potential destination for him to move to at the end of the season, according to the Sun.
Earlier this week Hazard had hinted at a move to Spurs in an interview he gave to Belgian TV calling them a great club, but in his most recent interview it seems Hazard is more favourable to a move to Arsenal and Arsene Wenger in particular.
Hazard said: “There are several clubs that interest me in England and Arsenal is really a part.
“Of course, it’s always more fun when it’s the football is beautiful.
“In addition, at Arsenal, there is a French coach and French players, as well as my compatriot Thomas Vermaelen.”
Hazard has been linked with a host of Premier League clubs, and although the Belgians future remains unclear, the Premier League is his most likely destination.
“That’s the championship where I think I can express myself better. Where I can learn more, too.
“It’s difficult to explain why, It’s a question of feeling.
“The level of the matches, the atmosphere in the stadiums, this is still well above anything I’ve experienced so far in France and that attracts me.
“And I know many people in England — this is another added attraction.”
Despite his recent revelation, bookmakers still make Tottenham favourites to sign the speedy winger, with odds as short as 6/4.