Transfer: Hazard to sign new Chelsea contract on one condition

Transfer: Hazard to sign new Chelsea contract on one condition

Transfer: Hazard to sign new Chelsea contract on one condition

Eden Hazard will wait to see whether Chelsea qualify for the Champions League this season before committing his long term future to the club. But he threw his future into question during the World Cup when he said that he wanted to see whom...

Maurizio Sarri's team are enjoying life under their new manager, having picked up two wins from their opening two Premier League games of the season.

Real Madrid and Barcelona were interested in signing Hazard this summer after the Belgium global admitted "it might be time to try something different" following the World Cup in Russian Federation. "I have two years left on my contract, and we will see what happens".

However, Real are evidently attempting to convince Hazard of their determination to recruit him, with a late move from the Spanish club expected by the Mirror. "It would be unusual for Chelsea's people to let me go without signing anyone to replace me". It would be a bit odd for [Chelsea] to let me go and not recruit another player.

Hazard has repeatedly been linked with the Bernabeu club and despite Chelsea reluctance to sell their best player, it is hard to say no to the biggest club in the world.

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Hazard showed why he is considered so valuable to the Blues when he was substituted on in the second half.

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"For me there were many things positive in the first match against Manchester City". "I feel good here. In the other 15, it was better to smoke, I think", he said. However, the paper says that while Sarri now prefers Ross Barkley and Mateo Kovacic to the youngster, he wants "Loftus-Cheek to fight for his place at least until January, when the transfer window reopens and his future can be reassessed".

Morata will hope - even expect - to start again when Chelsea travel to Newcastle on Saturday in search of a third successive league win.

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