Chelsea have confirmed Kylian Hazard will leave the club, to join Cercle Brugge on a permanent deal.
The 23-year-old, who is a younger brother to Eden Hazard, has spent the season on loan with the Belgian outfit and has scored four times in 21 games.
The two clubs have now reached an agreement over a permanent deal, with Hazard signing a four-year contract with the Belgian top-flight team.
The Brugge club’s sporting director, Francois Vitali, welcomed the new signing, telling their website:
“It is really satisfying that Kylian has chosen to continue his development at Cercle Brugge.
“Kylian is a young, talented player with potential and Cercle Brugge is the best place for that, given its history and the project. It is also the start of our team building for next season and this transfer is a clear signal that we want to put together an enthusiastic, dynamic, creative and ambitious team for next season.”