According to Tony Cotee, the blues would it difficult to turn down offers from Spain for Eden Hazard.
The Belgian has often been a shining light amid the club’s domestic struggles this term with the London outfit set to miss out a champions league slot next term.
Chelsea’s manager is also set for a departure due to the club’s torrid of form and thus leaving an air of uncertainty hovering around the club’s best players.
And according to Tony Cottee, Eden Hazard might be disillusioned at the direction of the club and Chelsea might it find it difficult in persuading the winger in staying.
The Pundit said on Sky sports news
“You’re quite right about his age. I think when you get to the age of 27, it’s different, ”When you get to 30 you’re looking for one last payday. ”He’s still in the prime of his career, he could sign a four, five-year deal.
He’s good enough to go and play for Real Madrid, Barcelona, anyone in the
world he can go and play for. “So I think it will be the player’s decision. I know he’s on a contract but that doesn’t really mean anything.
“He will want to go away, he’ll want to perform for Belgium at the World Cup, he’ll want to know who the next Chelsea manager is or is the current manager staying, then he’ll make his decision. “It’s a big, big decision for Hazard and history has proved if Barcelona or Real Madrid come in for you. it’s like (Philippe) Coutinho, there’s
only going to be one winner and they will move to another club.”