Morata confident that Hazard won’t force move away from Chelsea

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"Mo Salah was the best previous year, N'Golo [Kante] in the team is one of the best so we have a lot of good players".

"We will see. I don't want to talk about this every day".

Hazard tops the Premier League goal-scoring charts with seven after claiming the opener in the unbeaten Blues' 3-0 win at Southampton on Sunday.

Maurizio Sarri will tell the Chelsea hierarchy he believes the club need to sign at least one defender in order to seriously challenge for the title, the Daily Telegraph say. So, he is still young, I think he is a good player for the future of Chelsea.

Eden Hazard has been open about his wish to play for Real Madridand again this week he repeated this to leave no one in any doubt that the Bernabeu would be his destination if he had a choice now. "Sometimes I think I want to stay", Hazard is quoted as saying in The Guardian.

Ronaldo and Messi are still up there as the best, but perhaps Hazard can make a case in the coming years if he moves to a club with significant resources.

Words that are more than promising for Chelsea fans:"I want to win something for Sarri this season". "I want what's good for me, but I want what's good for the club because the club has given me everything". It is a hard decision.

The Blues now sit just two points behind both Manchester City and Liverpool, but while they're unbeaten in 10 games across all competitions, both of their last two league outings ended in frustrating draws.

Gabbiadini was frustrated at the lack of opportunities he received under Sarri, who he thinks did not treat fringe players well at Napoli, and opted to quit the club.

'If they come to me then I will talk.

Barkley will be looking to use this run in the Chelsea team to earn a permanent place in Gareth Southgate's England plans, starting when the Three Lions take on Croatia away in the UEFA Nations League on Friday.

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