Eden Hazard to stay at Chelsea as Real Madrid dream fades away

Mae Harvey
August 7, 2018

Moses was one of the players that was handed a regular spot under former manager Antonio Conte, but the Nigerian worldwide is not sure of pinning down a shirt under Sarri. Chelsea risk losing him for a reduced fee in January or for free next summer.

Sergio also found the net in seven consecutive home games for City last season - another new record.

Brazil worldwide Willian has rubbished reports linking him with a move away from Chelsea and committed his future to the Stamford Bridge landlords. Either way, the Belgian appears to be angling for a move, leaving Chelsea only three days to source a replacement.

The transfer window for incoming players to Premier League clubs closes this Thursday, but Luiz is adamant the Blues have enough quality even if Courtois and Hazard go.

According to ESPN, Belgium global Thibaut Courtois has made it clear to his manager he wants to move to Spanish giants Los Blancos. Play from the back, attack where possible and show some ambition.

Paper Round's view: It is certainly possible that Raiola and Pogba are just aiming for a better deal but it doesn't necessarily feel like that any more, we've heard rumours of Pogba's unhappiness for two long now.

Meanwhile Willian said: "I'm a Chelsea player".

"The only club I knew that really made an official offer for me was Barcelona".

"The future of Hazard, Willian (below) and the rest of the players defend on the club, not just me", continues Sarri.

Moving to The Mirror it is reported that West Ham are hoping Luka Modric can aid them in their pursuit of Danny Drinkwater. "She still plays today and understands a lot".

"I believe we can keep them here and keep them happy, but we will only see when we sit down with them". The club are keen to secure the 27-year-old to new terms worth around £300,000 a week.

"We're looking forward to it. We're working on the manager's style day by day in training".

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