Eden Hazard 'happy' to see out career with Chelsea


Hazard has spoken of his daily quandary over his future, whether to extend his Chelsea contract which expires in June 2020, or seek a "dream" move to Real.

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard has the potential to become the world's best player while still representing the Premier League club, manager Maurizio Sarri said on Friday.

"He is a fantastic player". "It will be important for us if he remains with us".

Speaking ahead of the Red Devils' trip to Stamford Bridge on Saturday, the Man Utd boss told a press conference: "I would love to have him in Manchester United but I don't think Chelsea will be selling to Manchester United so it's not a problem".

"Everyone had the same reaction and we all went for it, we didn't think about nothing, just to go and win".

In a three-way split with Manchester City and Liverpool on 20 points at the top of the table, Chelsea are amongst the moplay.co.uk Premier League title favourites.

Blues superstar Hazard has long made it clear of his desire to join Real.

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"Because, for example, if Chelsea were able to win the Champions League, Belgium won the European Championships, he would be able to win everything, without playing in Spain".

'I don't know what to say, ' chuckled the Italian.

Chelsea are set to be without Ross Barkley after he picked up a knock while playing for England in midweek while Ethan Ampadu is also out with a knee problem sustained playing for Wales.

"When the feelings are good you say nice things, when they are not good you don't say so much nice things".

"I see Hazard as a player after Cristiano Ronaldo and [Lionel] Messi's time".

"In the last month Morata has played better, and in the last three days I have seen him [play] very well in training".

"I love the fans and I believe that they love me".