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Hazard weighs up offers

Eden Hazard will delay making a decision on his future until after Belgium's friendly against England at Wembley next week, but his agent claims that he has agreed terms with Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea.

• Hazard tempted by Chelsea
• Hazard: City perfect for Hazard
• Fergie confirms Hazard interest

Hazard revealed last week he would be playing in Manchester next season, although he did not disclose whether that would be in red or blue, but has subsequently admitted his interest in Chelsea following their Champions League win on Saturday.

Hazard's agent, John Bico, says terms have been agreed with all three Premier League clubs, and it is just a matter of the 21-year-old deciding which club to join.

"We are no longer in the negotiations stage," Bico was quoted as saying the the Daily Telegraph. "We have reached agreement with all parties. There will be no higher bid.

"Eden has already said he wants it to be fixed before June 2. He will decide after [Belgium's] games against Montenegro and England, then go on holiday with peace of mind.

"Eden is in the reflections stage and a decision will be taken quickly. Those who have come forward have a one-in-three chance."

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