Jose Mourinho insists he is relaxed about Eden Hazard's Chelsea future- despite Paris St Germain reportedly being interested in the Belgian play-maker.
Hazard, who is Chelsea's top scorer this season with 10 goals, is said to have told team-mates he will be joining the big-spending French side next season.
But Blues boss Mourinho insists Hazard is worth up to three times the £32million they paid Lille in 2012 – a fee which he believes would put off even PSG.
He said: “I am not worried. If his value was £40million or so when Chelsea bought him, if two years later he is two or three times better than when we bought him, his value on the market is a crazy one.
“He is not a player Chelsea are interested in selling. Our target is not to sell – plus the crazy amount he is worth – I think no chance (of Hazard leaving).”
Mourinho also revealed he would not be interested in letting out of favour midfield men Michael Essien or Juan Mata go out on loan.