Hazard on possible Chelsea return, Thiago will thrive in Premier League, William wants to sign up in icchelseanews roundup..
Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola has told the likes of Chelsea Thiago could thrive in the Premier League
Frank Lampard has been a very smart man so far during his time here, and has started already planning for the future of the club with a number of top-class signings that will ultimately improve this side.
But there has been reports that he is still looking to add a bit quality, creativity and world class ability to his already impressive midfield and has been keeping a close eye on the developments involving Thiago.
Recent reports on the BILD website claimed that Thiago has snubbed the latest contract offer from Bayern Munich, as The 29-year-old reportedly feels this will be the last chance for him to play in his prime for a top Premier League club.
We have been linked with a move for the midfielder and are watching very closely to his developments over at Bayern, but they, and every other club linked with a move for Thiago, have been told that he will thrive in the Premier League.
Asked whether Thiago would suit Premier League football, Guardiola, who managed him at Barcelona and Bayern Munich, said on Sky Sports: “No doubt about this.
“A player who plays in Barcelona and Bayern Munich can play in the Premier League. Yeah, of course he can play. He’s an exceptional player.
“But I don’t know what he’s going to do.”
Eden Hazard believes he will return to Chelsea when he has finished his career at Real Madrid.
During his time here, Eden Hazard helped us to numerous trophies, netted goals for fun and became one of the very best and most exciting players in world football, and was loved by the fans before he left for Real Madrid.
He has had an up and down season at the Spaniards, but has just helped Madrid regain the La Liga title from Barcelona, but it is not that which has been dominating the headlines over the past few hours, it is what he has said about our famous club
The little Belgian has reportedly claimed that he will make a return once he has finished his career over at Madrid, he was quoted on the SUN as saying: “When I finish here I’ll come back.
“They are doing well, they’re young. Now they can pay for players, they can buy players now.
“I do my job here and then I come back.”
And he added that he still watches all Chelsea’s matches on TV whenever he can.
Willian has reiterated his desire to sign a three-year contract and stay with Chelsea ahead of the summer window.
the Brazilian has been the subject of intense speculation all season and it has become a case of will he or wont he leave the club when his contract runs out at the end of the month.
There are a number of clubs that are reportedly interested in trying to sign the winger, who has featured in every game since the re-start of football just a few weeks ago, but it is clear that he wants to stay.
We have so far offered only a two-year deal, according to the player himself, leading to a stall in talks as he is looking for a three year deal to stay at the club.
And amid all the speculation, Willian has again come out and revealed his desire to sign a new contract with the club, Willian told Brazilian YouTube channel De Sola: “I already had a conversation with the club a few months ago, even before this stop.
“Chelsea only offered me two years and I asked for three.
“My goal in the next contract is to sign for three years. So I haven’t had a deal with Chelsea yet.
“This is what I asked the club for, three years of contract. If you give me that, I’ll get the pen and sign the contract tomorrow.”
Look, at the end of the day, if he really wants to stay at the club then he would sign that two-year deal, it is not a bad offer is it?
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