Sarri told to get rid of toxic Hazard as £100 million superstar announces Chelsea decision made
Eden Hazard has announced that he has a made a decision on his Chelsea future, amid Real Madrid interest.
We have not done enough to convince Hazard to sign a new contract with the club and commit his long-term future with at Stamford Bridge, as all indications suggested that he wants to leave and sign for the Spanish giants.[the_ad id=”164″]
But despite admitting that he has made his decision on whether or not he will stay or go, Hazazrd has failed to tell fans just what he will be doing at the end of the season.
Speaking to RMC, he said: “I know what I am going to do. I have made a decision.”
Hazard only has eighteen months on his current contract and has constantly hinted that he will be leaving the club, having come so close during last summers transfer window.
Stan Collymore has urged Chelsea to sell star man Eden Hazard to change the dynamic in the dressing room.
Hazard may be one of the best players at the club, but it is widely expected that this season will be his last at Stamford Bridge as he is seeking a mega money move to Spanish giants Real Madrid, who are reportedly ready to seal a £100 million deal.[the_ad id=”164″]
And despite many fans wanting the star man to stay put, Collymore has claimed they need to get rid of Hazard, and the toxic dressing room.
“Eden Hazard needs to leave Stamford Bridge – to rid Chelsea of its toxic ¬dressing room,” he wrote in his Daily Mirror column.
“Nothing against the Belgian, who I rate one of the best in the world, but it’s time for the club to cash in.
“Losing a player like Hazard would leave a massive hole. But £150million is good business for a 27-year-old. He’s a wonderful talent but I’ve got a nagging feeling he’s part of the problems at the club.
“Jose Mourinho was lukewarm towards him, Antonio Conte wasn’t overly keen, and now he is part of a crew whose bottle Maurizio Sarri has questioned in the last few weeks.
“I have to say that while Hazard would be the stand-out name, I could see Chelsea ridding themselves of a few more so-called big-hitters.”
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