Cesc Fabregas: 'Chelsea need Eden Hazard to win trophies'

Thursday, 26 Jul, 2018

"I want to meet them face-to-face, understand what the best thing is to do for everyone". This meant that the West London club is now ineligible to play in the Champions League next term and will face a hard summer in trying to keep hold of their star players.

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard is one of the most sought after clubs on the market this summer, with Real Madrid and Barcelona linked.

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had earlier reported Hazard has reportedly agreed a switch to Real Madrid this summer.

"Such is his contract situation that Chelsea will be forced to make a decision".

Don Balon claim Ramos wants Real to be in for him if they can not land Hazard, which seems perfectly possible.

Recall that ex-Chelsea star, Brian Laudrup recently revealed that Hazard told him he would like to leave the club.

Chelsea are believed to value Hazard between £150m and £200m.

However, Castles doubts whether Real Madrid have the financial clout to stump up that kind of sum for the Belgian superstar. But can any player really turn down Real Madrid if they come knocking at the door?

Cesc Fabregas: 'Chelsea need Eden Hazard to win trophies'
Cesc Fabregas: 'Chelsea need Eden Hazard to win trophies'

"I spoke with the football club and I said ideally a pinch of quality is lacking in centre midfield for a certain kind of play".

"Obviously they've got the money from Cristiano Ronaldo coming in but their wage bill has been high".

Reports have surfaced Chelsea are pushing to sign Juventus pair Gonzalo Higuain and Daniele Rugani.

Fabregas, who is in Perth with the Chelsea squad ahead of Monday's friendly against Perth Glory, is urging the Belgium midfielder not to go.

"I think Chelsea needs to keep their best players".

Former Napoli boss Sarri was appointed on a three-year contract on Saturday, just 24 hours after the sacking of compatriot Conte.

"Players need new challenges and new projects".

One man that Liverpool are yet to sign, and there is no concrete indication that they will, is Nabil Fekir. Sarri wants more quality in the midfield area to fit his preferred approach, while adding that he could also adapt to the players he now has in the squad.