La Liga giants Real Madrid are monitoring the 27 year old's situation and eye Hazard as the heir to Cristiano Ronaldo who departed for Juventus this week.
The Belgium global had an excellent World Cup campaign after a disappointing domestic season at Stamford Bridge. For now, it's the World Cup.
Speaking in an interview with beIN SPORTS, the winger spoke of the uncertainty surrounding the managerial hot seat at Stamford Bridge.
The skillful forward has just two years left on his current deal with Chelsea and is stalling over signing an extension.
And although Zinedine Zidane stepped down after the Champions League final, to be replaced by Julen Lopetegui, Hazard is still open to joining Madrid.
The report says that Hazard is eager to move on this summer as he feels now is the right time to do so in order to win more trophies.
Sport also claim that the Belgian would not demand an astronomical wage and would instead be happy with performance-based incentives in his contract. "As I have said at least 100 times, I am at Chelsea and for the moment nobody has made me an offer".
Last season, Hazard said that he meant to wait to see who the Blues will bring in before deciding whether to sign a long-term contract extension. "But the blue shirt suits me well, so everything's fine, and staying doesn't bother me".