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Sarri blows hot on Hazard’s future

Timothy Aiyeku

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Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri has spoken in clear terms to the management of the club to have the future of Belgium international Eden Hazard sorted out once and for all.

The Belgium international has been a major part of the Blues team as well as helping the club with 10 of his goals so far this season.

However, he is believed to be on his way out after failing to agree on a new deal with the Blues in order to push for a deal with Spanish La Liga giants Real Madrid.

The Spanish giants are keen on the signature of the Belgium international as they hope to have him at the Bernabeu to serve as a replacement for former star player Cristiano Ronaldo.

After winning the Champions League last season, Cristiano Ronaldo ended his spell with the Spanish side and sealed a deal with Italian Serie A side Juventus in the last summer.

However, Sarri stated that Hazard must come out clean on the matter and have his future sorted once and for all while admitting that he has no power to seal a deal with the player as a coach.

Meanwhile, Eden Hazard had earlier hinted that he holds a dream of playing at the Bernabeu with Real Madrid.

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