Eden Hazard maintains he is happy at Chelsea and would only think of his future at the end of the season.
The 27-year-old’s current contract expires in 2020, with Chelsea looking to tie him down with a long term contract.
The Belgian has refused to renew and says he would only consider his options when the season is over.
Hazard has also been linked with a move to Spanish capital Real Madrid with the player also professing his admiration for the European champions.
Currently, on international duty with his country, the Red Devils captain spoke about his future with Sporza.
“I’m only thinking about Chelsea now. The competition lasts seven or eight months, after that, I’ll see what happens.
“The coach has the same football philosophy as I. He always thinks about the ball. How we as players think about football, that is also his way of thinking.
“If you see how Napoli plays, it’s thanks to Maurizio Sarri, his style is now reflected in Chelsea. He also has players who fit into the system. So yes, we’re very happy, we play football well.”
Chelsea was listed as one of the top teams who is looking to break away and form a new Super League in Europe.
Premier League rivals and PSG have also been accused of bypassing Financial Fair-Play regulations, with the Chelsea star keeping tabs.
“I try to read the reports, and there’s something new every day,” he continued.
“I like to stay informed and if I can help, I want to do that too, but I mainly concentrate on my job on the pitch. As a player you do not have the ability to clean up football, there are others who do that.
“Football Leaks is not just a problem of agents, but of football in general. Of course I am in favour of putting things in order, not only in Belgium but also internationally, we know that a lot of money is involved in football, and there are some figures around who do not mean well.”