Belgium's footballer Eden Hazard addresses a press conference in Tubize, on March 26, 2018, ahead of a friendly match between Belgium and Saudi Arabia. Belgium OUT
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Chelsea midfielder Eden Hazard is in no hurry to discuss his future at the London club and the Belgian international believes that talks to extend his current deal would progress only after this summer's World Cup.Speaking ahead of Belgium's international friendly against Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, Hazard said that finishing the season and playing in the World Cup finals were higher on his list of priorities.However, Hazard said he was fully committed to helping fifth-placed Chelsea to secure a top-four finish and a Champions League spot for next season.
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