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Sarri on Hazard's Real Madrid links: Chelsea won't force him to stay

Sarri on Hazard's Real Madrid links: Chelsea won't force him to stay

Chelsea have resulted in losing their star man Eden Hazard to Real Madrid as the west London club will reportedly demand £100million from the Spanish giants.

Real appeared to have cooled their interest in the Denmark global, but Zinedine Zidane's return to the Bernabeu this week has led to fresh talk of an offer being imminent.

And the former Venezuela global reckons Paris Saint-Germain sensation Kylian Mbappe would be a much better option than Eden Hazard.

Blues' defender Emerson Palmieri has now come out to reveal the fear and panic that has gripped Chelsea dressing room over the possible departure of the Belgian playmaker.

"He shows every day how important he is", Chelsea left-back Emerson told Sky Sports.

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Hazard's deal with Chelsea expires in 2020 and he's given no indication he's willing to sign an improved contract worth £300,000 a week. "I know that for you Hudson-Odoi is the best, but for me I want to see them all at the same level".

Zinedine Zidane's return to Real Madrid is proving to be unpopular with many Chelsea fans.

According to reports filtering through at Santiago Bernabeu, Madrid see Hazard as the flawless replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo who sealed a sensational move to Juventus in the summer of 2018.

The Telegraph builds off Chelsea's acceptance over Hazard's future at Stamford Bridge, claiming that FIFA's decision to reject a delay in the club's imminent transfer ban has only weakened their position.

"Eden Hazard, he had his chance".


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