Former Fenerbahce official Hasan Cetinkaya says that Eden Hazard admitted would have liked to join Fenerbahce during his time at Lille.The Belgian recently completed a big-money move from Chelsea to Real Madrid, but while still plying his trade in Ligue 1 he confessed an affection for Turkish Super Lig side Fenerbahce.Hazard’s old friend and a former official of the Turkish outfit has revealed the player’s affection for the club and believes he will wear their shirt one day. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Ox-rated! Dream night in Genk for Liverpool ace after injury nightmare Messi a man for all Champions League seasons – but will this really be Barcelona’s? “Eden Hazard is an old friend of mine, I’ve known him since I was 15-16. Then he was playing at Lille,” Cetinkaya said to Ajansspor.“He had a great sympathy for Fenerbahce. He had a word for me: ‘Hasan, I will play at Fenerbahce someday’. We don’t know when.“He was 16 at the time when he was playing for Lille and I watched them play against PSG. Even at that age he showed what he can do.“There was Eden Hazard, Gervinho and Sow during the time that we spoke. We just got Sow from there.Cetinkaya does admit that given Hazard’s transformation into one of the world’s finest talents, landing him could prove a tough challenge.“Eden has changed into a different dimension. He got offers from the most important clubs in Europe. He was one of the greatest talented star candidates in Europe,” he added.“He would have liked to come to Fenerbahce at that time [in Lille]. Let’s see if one day he wears the uniform of Fenerbahce.”A young Hazard lit up Ligue 1, notching 50 goals and managing 53 assists in all competitions for the French side before moving to the Premier League with Chelsea, where he has scored 110 goals and registered 92 assists across all competitions.Fenerbahce are one of the biggest clubs in Turkey but finished sixth last season and have been linked with big moves in the transfer market as they seek to challenge at the top once more, having been 23 points adrift of champions Galatasaray.However, they recently denied any interest in Arsenal playmaker Mesut Ozil for financial reasons.