The 28-year-old had hinted at an exit from Stamford Bridge following the 2018 World Cup, when he said: “It might be time to discover something different”.
Earlier this season, he said playing for the Real Madrid was his “dream.”
Hazard, whose Chelsea contract expires in 18 months’ time, has been in England since 2012 and won every major domestic honour available to him.
“Why not? I’ve seen all there is to see.
“I’ve won everything here: the two cups, the league, apart from the Community Shield, but that doesn’t mean I am going to leave.
“I have always said that, after England, I wanted to discover something else. But there are things that could make me stay too. I’m not far off the peak of my career, that’s sure.
“Even if things can always be better, that’s for sure too. I am at a crossroads, yes. We are going to take the right turn,” Hazard said.