PSG, Real Madrid and Juventus all fighting to land Chelsea’s Eden Hazard

Hazard is a wanted man

Chelsea could risk losing Eden Hazard in the summer.

The Mirror claim that not only are Real Madrid still keen on signing him, but that PSG are set to enter the race.

It’s hard to see where he would fit in at the Ligue 1 side, considering they already have Neymar and Kylian Mbappe.

Edinson Cavani may well leave, but Hazard would expect to be the main man.

The fact Chelsea would ask for a huge amount of money would be little consolation to the fans, who want to see their star player stay.

Hazard has often talked about Real Madrid, and has made it clear they’re his dream destination.

PSG may want Hazard, but a return to France would be unlikely for the player at this stage in his career.

LONDON, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 23: Maurizio Sarri, Manager of Chelsea gives his team instructions during the Premier League match between West Ham United and Chelsea FC at London Stadium on September 23, 2018 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Getty Images)

Sarri’s tactics vs City

One thing that was noticeable about the game against Manchester City was the lack of an out and out forward.

Hazard played as a false nine, and while it did well for the team, Hazard made it clear afterwards he didn’t love it.

The winger noted how little he touched the ball, and reminded people he has played that role under Conte.

Keeping Hazard and convincing him to pen a new deal at the club is key for Chelsea.

However, if he’s not happy with his position or time on the ball, they could struggle.

See also: Arsenal’s Nacho Monreal & Liverpool’s Alberto Moreno: Transfer updates

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