Chelsea Star Eden Hazard Drops Huge Hint Over Next Move

Chelsea Star Eden Hazard Drops Huge Hint Over Next Move

Chelsea Star Eden Hazard Drops Huge Hint Over Next Move

Chelsea are aiming to open new contract talks with star player Eden Hazard before Christmas in a bid to secure his long-term future and keep him out of arm's reach of Real Madrid, who have been heavily linked with the Belgian in recent months.

These words from Maurizio Sarri were enough to convince Chelsea talisman Eden Hazard to stay at Stamford Bridge this season.

The 27-year-old also said he is torn about renewing his contract at Chelsea - which expires in 2020 - or achieving his childhood dream of moving to Real Madrid.

Meanwhile Sarri said Hazard could realise his individual ambitions while remaining at Stamford Bridge.

"I can finish with Chelsea", the Premier League's top scorer told Renault Match Zone, which will be shown on Sky Sports Premier League at 5pm on Friday.

Although fellow countryman and goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois end up leaving Chelsea for Real Madrid, returning to the Spanish capital having previously spent three seasons with Atletico Madrid on loan, Hazard remained in London and continues to dazzle English football. But more importantly, I don't think they have the quality.

"I wouldn't say that Hazard is Messi, but he's started this season really well and he's one of the top players in the Premier League".

'That puts them just in the Premier League, and in the Premier League the results speak for themselves.

Mourinho is even blaming one report claiming he would be sacked, win, lose or draw against the Magpies, on United's first half performance that saw them go 2-0 down before half time.

"Would I celebrate like insane, my team goal at Stamford Bridge or my team victory at Stamford Bridge?"

"And we want him to stay and we'll do what we have to do to entice him to stay".

"We also had surprises with players that we had no idea that they were injured and they arrived with important injuries".

While the task facing the Old Trafford outfit is hard, they finished the match before the global break strong with a comeback win over Newcastle and Brown believes that can carry over and help the team build up some much-needed momentum.

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