Hazard signs new Lille deal

Highly-rated teen commits to another four years with Les Dogues

Hazard: Contract extension

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Eden Hazard has warded off interest from Europe's elite by signing a new long-term deal with Lille.

The 19-year-old is one of the most promising teenagers in the game and has previously been linked with the likes of Arsenal and Real Madrid.

But Hazard has committed his future to Lille, signing an extension to 2014 after helping Les Dogues to third place in the French top flight.

The Belgian youngster, who only turned 19 last month, has three goals and six assists from 17 league starts this season, including the only goal in Saturday's 1-0 win over Lens.

Hazard has progressed through the ranks at Lille, making his debut aged just 16.

He went on to make his full international debut in November 2008 aged just 17 and already has 10 caps for Belgium.