All managers want to have a player whom they could call a game changer and luckily for Maurizio Sarri, he’s gotten one and that’s Belgian star, Eden Hazard.
The Belgian was phenomenal in the Blues 2-1 victory over Liverpool last night as he scored a wonderful solo goal that sent social media on total meltdown.
As much as Sarri is happy with the player’s goalscoring form— which has seen him scored six goals in seven matches — he needs to be very watchful as Real Madrid are behind the corner, aiming for his signature.
With the player’s wonderful form, the Los Blancos are super motivated to lure him to Santiago Bernabeu in the next transfer market.
Should the Belgian fail to score in six games, it won’t be surprising if Lopetegui and his employer Florentino Perez cool their interest in him.
However, with this current form, Sarri should be wary of losing him to Real Madrid in January as the Spanish giants would be willing to spend big on his signature.
The former Napoli manager should begin to tell his strikers to up their game so as to ensure there won’t be any goalscoring problems should the Belgian eventually make his much-speculated move to the Spanish capital.
Olivier Giroud, Willian and Alvaro Morata haven’t been scoring aplenty since the start of this season, which should be a major concern for Sarri.
He must find a solution to his strikers’ goalscoring problem rather than enjoying Hazard’s blistering form. This is because the Belgian is halfway out of Stamford Bridge, should he continue to influence games as he did against Jurgen Klopp’s men.