Eden Hazard Wants Champions League Football Before Signing New Chelsea Contract

Eden Hazard Wants Champions League Football Before Signing New Chelsea Contract

Eden Hazard Wants Champions League Football Before Signing New Chelsea Contract

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Arsenal attacker, Alex Iwobi is basking in the euphoria of a new record he enacted in the English Premier League last weekend, as his goal against Chelsea has been cited to have from the longest possession minutes by any club so far this season.

Chelsea's second successive win under new boss Sarri lifted them to the top of the Premier League with a 100 percent record, while Arsenal remain without a point under their new manager Unai Emery after back-to-back losses.

It was Alonso who bombed forwards to collect Jorginho's brilliant pass and set up Pedro to score Chelsea's opener.

After Belgium's best-ever World Cup campaign in Russian Federation, which ended with them finishing in third place, the 27-year-old forward hinted that his time could be coming to an end in west London.

The 27-year-old has been linked with a £150m switch to the Santiago Bernabeu outfit, as the Spanish giants are in a search of a worthy replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. I am really very happy with him, but I think also Morata can do better in the future. I have two years left on my contract and we'll see what happens.

"Leave this year? I will not leave".

Leaving just a sliver of thought that he could leave, Hazard says he's prepared to honor his contract at Stamford Bridge if it comes to that. "It would be unusual for Chelsea's people to let me go without signing anyone to replace me". Today we have seen that the fans quite like me.

"I'm good where I am now", added Hazard. "We started to work all together two weeks ago, so my target now is to play 90 minutes like the first 25". Barcelona will try to bring in the central midfielder in this summer or as soon as possible. However, the paper says that while Sarri now prefers Ross Barkley and Mateo Kovacic to the youngster, he wants "Loftus-Cheek to fight for his place at least until January, when the transfer window reopens and his future can be reassessed".

Maurizio Sarri's side are ready with a five-year contract worth around £300,000 a week for their Belgian star and want him to sign the deal as soon as possible.

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