Eden Hazard might be en route out of Stamford Bridge however puts stock in the club’s way to deal with playing the games under Sarri
Eden Hazard has encouraged the club to stay with Maurizio Sarri next season in spite of the Belgium universal arranging his very own takeoff from Stamford Bridge .
Eden Hazard dropped his greatest indication yet that he is set to leave Chelsea for Real Madrid this late spring following the Blues’ last Premier league match of the period at Leicester City on Sunday.
Drawing goaless with Leicester saw the club end the season third-placed, and with Champions league verified for next season.
Sarri would now be able to focus on winning a first trophy when his side face Arsenal in the Europa League in Baku on May 29.
In spite of that achievement, Sarri has been hounded by analysis since landing from Napoli in the mid year of 2018, with some doubting whether his style is on the right track to convey the club advances and close the 25-point hole to support Manchester City.
However, Eden Hazard trusts that The Blues are on the correct way with ‘Sarriball’.
“I think whether they can keep a similar logic as this season, continue playing football like we endeavored to do it this season, yet in a superior manner – that is it,” Hazard said when asked how the club improve going ahead.
“When you take a gander at the season they are obviously better than us, Manchester City and Liverpool. In the event that we need to contend with them next season, we have to improve. It’s that basic. We have to win games in football. In the event that you don’t, you’re stuck in an unfortunate situation.
“Indeed, it is a standout amongst my best [seasons] regarding goals commitment, obviously. Be that as it may, towards the finish of the period, you need to win trophies, so we can go to Baku and win a trophy. On the off chance that we do that and complete in the best four, it’s as yet an extraordinary season.
“Presently it resembles six-and-a-half [out of 10]. On the off chance that we win in Baku it will be perhaps seven-and-a-half.”
The Belgian completed what looks liable to be his last season at Chelsea with 16 Premier league goals and 15 assists, the last enough to see him win the Playmaker Award for the most innovative player in the league.
His exhibitions saw them pip Tottenham and Arsenal in the clash of the league’s top three London clubs, and Eden was glad to contribute so intensely to beating their opponents.
“We are the best group in London, I have no uncertainty about that,” Hazard said with a brazen grin. “The group is so focused.
“To be in the main four in the league is exceptionally hard. We have accomplished this, we worked all together amid the season. We worked admirably.
“We lost a few games, obviously. Might it be able to have been something more? Obviously, yet toward the end the objective is to be in the best four and we are.”
Eden is believed to be leaving Stamford Bridge soon as all indications presently denote that the player surely might leave.
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