Hazard was driving on a tree-lined street, possibly just outside Stamford Bridge after Sunday’s 3-0 home win over Watford, when he was spotted from another car by supporters.
The Belgium international acknowledged the fans by looking at them out of the drivers’ side window of his Range Rover as they tried to speak to him.
Hazard shook his head while smiling before driving off, suggesting he WILL quit Chelsea in the summer, in a response which prompted screams from the Chelsea fans.
The 28-year-old is top of Real Madrid’s transfer wish list as they look to overhaul Zinedine Zidane’s underperforming squad.
And he has made no secret of one day hoping to play for the La Liga giants, with manager Zidane his footballing hero growing up.
Chelsea are in a tough position going into the upcoming transfer window, with Eden Hazard only under contract for another 12 months.
Ordinarily they would sell now to maximise how much they can get for a player who is unwilling to put pen to paper on fresh terms.
However, the fact they have been hit with a transfer ban means they cannot replace him in either of the next two windows.
Chelsea are likely to demand upwards of £100m for Hazard, who weighed in with two assists in the 3-0 win over Watford.
Reports have claimed Hazard’s representatives have spoken to Chelsea in a bid to convince them to let him leave.
It has been claimed the Blues had struck an agreement to do business if Real came calling for the former Lille ace.
While Chelsea will be unable to replace Hazard with a new signing if their transfer ban is upheld by FIFA, Maurizio Sarri has options at his disposal.
Willian and Pedro are two of the most-seasoned members of the Chelsea gaffer’s squad and are poised to stay in west London.
Sarri will also welcome Christian Pulisic to town in June after Chelsea tied up a deal to snare the Borussia Dortmund wideman in January.
Callum Hudson-Odoi is an option for Chelsea too, although he is facing months on the sidelines having suffered a ruptures Achilles tendon.