Date: 13th February 2019 at 4:48pm
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As we’ve all become aware, over the years, situations can change so quickly in the sport we love.

Experience has shown me, personally, to never take anything for granted, if you do so you run the risk of experiencing a nasty surprise.

Let’s take the case of Eden Hazard and his immediate future.

Over the past few weeks, we’ve committed to the site, several articles relating to whether the talented Belgian will stay at Stamford Bridge or will move on.

My personal view is that a parting of the ways is somewhat inevitable.

But have I gauged the situation completely wrong?

This morning, flicking through the various media sources available, something in the red-top publication, the Mirror, has caught my eye.

The referenced source is championing the suggestion that Real Madrid are under the impression that their chances of luring Eden Hazard to the Bernabeu have improved dramatically what with Chelsea struggling under the managerial acumen of Maurizio Sarri.

Now, on the surface, Real Madrid may have a point, with Chelsea struggling and with the clubs activity in the January transfer window being not as spectacular as we all hoped, Hazard may have decided that his time with us is fast coming to a close.

But then, something else caught my eye.

Lurking in the pages of the other major tabloid publication this country of ours publishes, the Sun, is the inference that Chelsea are looking to replace Sarri with one Zinedine Zidane.

If that does prove to be the case, it could be a whole new ball game.

What was it Eden Hazard said about wanting to play under a man he perceives as a legend?

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2 Replies to “Don’t Rule Out Hazard Staying At Chelsea, Circumstances Could Be Set To Change”

  • I don’t think Hazard will stay at CFC even in the unlikely case of our club appointing Zizou. Hazard dream of playing for Real Madrid is bigger than the one of playing for CFC where he thought the hierarchy will bring world class players that can help to win the Champions League. If CFC has a chance of returning EH10 they should have show intentions of looking to win big things like Real Madrid does, by bringing quality players, not players like Alonso and Jorginho. And EH10 said it clearly last year that he is waiting to see what players the club will bring in before deciding to extend his stay at Stamford Bridge.

  • Papers claim he is buying Bale’s house, can’t wait to see Perez’s reaction when he decides he does not like the coach and downs tools.

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