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Chelsea advised to move in for new Eden Hazard

Timothy Aiyeku

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Federico Chiesa

The West London outfit Chelsea might part ways with Belgium international Eden Hazard at the end of the season and the major headache will be how to replace a player of such quality.

Eden Hazard had refused to extend his deal at the Stamford Bridge which means he would have to leave the club at the end of the season for Chelsea to be able to cash in on him. He has been reported to be on his way to the Spanish La Liga outfit Real Madrid where his heart is believed to be.

However, the West London outfit have been advised to move in for Italian Serie A outfit Fiorentina star Federico Chiesa at the end of the season, knowing that they were lined with him in the last winter transfer window.

The Italian winger is tipped to be the next Hazard at the Stamford Bridge as he has got similar traits to the Belgium man with his ability to easily go past an opponent.

With Chelsea set to cash in on Hazard, there are suggestions that the funds can be used to secure Federico Chiesa from the Italian Serie A outfit should their transfer ban be upturned.

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