Eden Hazard says he could potentially see out his career with Chelsea

EDEN HAZARD SAYS HE MIGHT FINISH CAREER AT CHELSEA

Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard does not need to move to Real Madrid to become the best player in the world, says Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri.

"I want what's good for me, but I want what's good for the club because the club has given me everything", he said.

"He's worth more than anyone", Wise told Express Sport.

"I think that he can win everything, including the Ballon d'Or, here without playing in Spain".


Hazard has impressed for Chelsea this season, netting seven times in the Premier League to lead the likes of Harry Kane and Sergio Aguero in the race for the Golden Boot. "I think he's a top-class player and I do think he's better than Neymar".

After an outstanding World Cup, Hazard has fired Chelsea to joint top in the Premier League table.

If no contract extension is agreed by the end of this season, Chelsea could risk Hazard leaving on a free transfer the following summer so could look to cash in on him.

Mourinho said: 'I would love to have him in Manchester United but I don't think Chelsea will sell him to Manchester United so it's not a problem.


The London club's chairman, Bruce Buck, has now acknowledged that Hazard could leave, but added that the Blues will do everything they can to make sure he stays. He might go missing for one game, but Hazard has done it for big parts of seasons where it hasn't been going well for his team. Maybe player-by-player, they are the best team in the Premier League.

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

The supporters will unveil the banner saying "Eden Hazard, we want you to stay".

The 27-year-old Belgian playmaker has though insisted it would "not be a problem" for him to finish his career with Chelsea if a move to Real was not forthcoming.


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