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Losing Eden Hazard Would Be A Great Disaster For Chelsea Says Legend

Subair Adams

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Eden Hazard is facing a major dilemma over his future at Chelsea as he is yet to decide whether to stay at Stamford Bridge or to move on with his career elsewhere.

The former Lille man has been an amazing talent since he made his switch to the West London Club in 2012 but he might be ending his Chelsea career should they fail to qualify for next season’s Champions League competition.

The Blues are presently behind Tottenham in the race for the last Champions League’s qualifying spot with two points.

The Blues and the North London club both have just two more matches left in the season to determine their fate as regards to next season’s Champions League.

While reacting to Hazard’s uncertain future at Chelsea, former Bayern Munich and Celtic star McNally told Sky Sports that the Blues would want to ensure they retain the Belgian beyond this season.

McNally, who is also a pundit, believes the 28-year-old will need to force a move out of the former Premier League Champions in the summer should he decide to end his long-term stay at Stamford Bridge.

He finally advised the Blues not to let go of the important playmaker, whose talent and dribbling skills cannot be easily found in many players. He believes losing him will be a great disaster for the Blues in the coming season.

Hazard still has a running contract with the Blues which ends in 2020 but that could count for nothing as Real Madrid remain ambitious to lure him to Santiago Bernabeu.

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