EPL: Carragher explains why Hazard will leave Chelsea for Real Madrid

Posted April 10, 2019

By as the game was preparing to enter stoppage time - with Chelsea's lead vulnerable - Hazard was left unmarked on the right to bring down Ross Barkley's pass before striking into the net.

Florentino Perez has already managed to agree terms in personal with Eden Hazard and his representatives.

With Zinedine Zidane back in charge at Real Madrid, the man who was Hazard's childhood hero seems destined to coach him for the Spanish giants.

West Ham were behind in the first half, when the Belgium global lit up the Bridge with one of the goals of the campaign so far, a magical solo run which saw him beat five visiting players before slotting home.

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In a sensational season, Hazard has now scored the most goals in the Premier League: 6 goals and 12 assists.

In an interview with the official Chelsea Football Club website, the Argentine said that he's happy at the club, despite his recent run without a goal, and that he's still adapting to life in the Premier League.

When asked about the prospects of Hazard swapping the Blues for a transfer to Real Madrid at the end of the season, Sarri didn't exactly fill the Chelsea faithful with confidence.

Hazard has admitted in public that he is torn between staying at Chelsea, where he has been for seven years, or moving on to a club like Madrid when his current deal was up.

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Eden Hazard's slalom through the opposition before scoring the Chelsea opener on Monday didn't exactly leave the West Ham fans speechless.

'From the technical point of view, we can't afford to lose him, ' said the Blues boss. "We are trying to become one of the best teams in England and, as a effect, in Europe - but I think I have to respect his decision". "We will try any way to convince him but it is not easy".

So far, in all competitions, Rice has made 65 senior appearances for the Hammers and I think, he is too inexperienced to become United's chief defensive midfielder.

Sarri admits Hazard's future is out of his hands. I wanted to shoot quickly.

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Sarri has also called on supporters to help the players in the last few matches of the season. Probably we started very well, and so our fans thought everything was really very easy for us.

"So I think the season is good". But for the first season, we've reached the Carabao Cup final, we can still reach the top four and win the Europa League.