Sarri: Hazard can win Ballon d'Or with Chelsea


Hazard: "If I don't go to Spain it's not a problem, I can retire at Chelsea"

And the Belgium global, who has won the Premier League twice with Chelsea, is even contemplating the possibility of staying at Stamford Bridge for the remainder of his career. "It will be important for us if he remains with us".

"Sometimes in my head, I wake up in the morning and think I want to go".

"As usual, after the national teams (play), there are some problems", Sarri explained.

"I think that if he can improve he can be the best in the world". In the last three months, I have seen him always very happy.

Mourinho has now suggested that his list of absentees could be even longer than first feared, with United currently preparing for a Premier League test away at Chelsea on Saturday.

The 32-year-old France striker told L'Equipe: "For me, Chelsea is the top club in England, the one that has won the most titles over the last 10 years". But the difference was Ferguson would still have the players to go and win the game.

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'Because if Herrera is marking me I know I'm quicker than him so if I pass ball and I'm just running I can do something good.

Speaking at a media conference on Friday afternoon, Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri confirmed that Rudiger and Kovacic have made good progress after treatment on their respective injuries during the global break.

"We want him to stay and we will do what we have to do to entice him to stay". Some came back with injuries, injuries that we were aware of when they happened and the national teams were correct in sending the boys back.

'And also [I can] play with my team-mates, move the ball quickly and when I'm in the box I try to do something'.

Hazard's hints at an imminent switch are considered to be a good thing for Madrid, with Goal having revealed that those in the Spanish capital are ready to embrace a man starring in the Premier League.

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