Date: 3rd March 2019 at 10:18am
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With the end of the season not too far away, Chelsea supporters are still none-the-wiser as to whether Eden Hazard will be remaining at Stamford Bridge or leaving this summer.

It’s one of those situations that, although Eden has hinted, he’s made his mind up, we’re not 100 per cent sure which way this will end.

Lurking in the media this weekend has been the insinuation from several news sources, including the French one:
le10sport, that infer Chelsea are in contract talks with their jewel-in-the-crown.

However, here at Vital Chelsea, we’re of the belief that if Hazard has intentions of remaining at Chelsea Football Club, he’ll have a variety of questions he wants answering as well as the normal ones relating to contract length and salary.

We’d imagine that Eden would be seeking reassurances on the long-term managerial situation.

What are the clubs’ intentions in the transfer market this summer considering we could be set to enter a dark era of a two-window transfer ban?

Is Roman Abramovich’s interest in the club on the wane?

Just three we can immediately think of.

Although Eden has, in the past, spoken about being happy at Chelsea and loving life in West London, the 28-year-old is under no illusions that this could be his last chance to orchestrate a dream move to Real Madrid.

The next month or so could be an interesting period, here at Vital Chelsea we’ll do our utmost to keep focused on the subject

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One Reply to “Hazard’s Future – There Are More Questions Than Answers”

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    Not only Hazard but a large contingent of senior players now need to move and we start the rebuilding now
    Mou was fired at Chelsea due to a feud wth some senior players, Conte got sacked after the same player revolt, I don’t see Sarri lasting any longer – though Sarry is too stubborn (Kante positioning)

    As long as players feel superior we are going to continue hiring and firing and yet no significant results come, Some senior folks jst have to move on, its overdue – Hazard included

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