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Sarri already making moves to help relieve Hazard

Timothy Aiyeku

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Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is reportedly making move to relieve Belgium international Eden Hazard of the burden of the team with the purchase of Napoli striker, Insigne Lorenzo.

Chelsea have been warned of placing the responsibility of wins in the club on Hazard, a development that is feared to affect the Blues season.

This fact was admitted by the Belgium star who urged his players to step up their game knowing that the possibility of maintaining his goalscoring form until the end of the season is very unlikely.

Sarri seems to have heeded to the warnings by reportedly making moves to lure his former player to England with claims that the Lorenzo is the best player at the moment in the Serie A.

Lorenzo is in great form and has scored seven goals for Napoli in ten games this season, in all competitions.

Chelsea had made move for the striker before the coming of the Italian boss to the Stamford Bridge and they might be encouraged to make another move knowing there was a good relationship between Sarri and Lorenzo in the Italian club.

Suggestions are that the Italian side will not release the player to Chelsea with the make-believe that their former manager is making moves to ‘steal away’ all of their interesting players.

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Timothy Aiyeku is a Mass Communication graduate from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. He is a sports, everything football analyst.