Published: Tue, October 09, 2018
Sports | By Juana Wells

Hazard still dreams of Real Madrid

Hazard still dreams of Real Madrid

Chelsea are understandably keen to extend their prized asset's current deal, which runs out in 2020, but Hazard suggested the lure of LaLiga giants Madrid might be too much to turn down.

During Chelsea's 3-0 victory over Southampton on Sunday Barkley scored and provided an assist in an accomplished display just days after earning a recall to the England squad. "I want to keep doing it and keep everyone happy". "It's what I like and how I see football". Sometimes in my head, I wake up in the morning and think I want to go. He had some bad moments in the last year or two years with injury but I think he can reach a fantastic level because he is a fantastic player. It is a hard decision. "Then we also have good players in our team so that's why we are playing this great football".

"I've dreamt about this club". I don't want to say that I am not talking with the club or the owner.

"I don't have time, but we will speak about my future soon, that I believe".

The 24-year-old impressed at the heart of Chelsea's midfield, linking well with Jorginho and Hazard as they completed their ninth win in 11 games across all competitions this season.

Real could do with Hazard's firepower in the absence of the departed Cristiano Ronaldo, having failed to score in four consecutive games for the first time since 1985.

Let us know in the comments. He is talking a lot with the players.

Chelsea attacker Eden Hazard claims that Maurizio Sarri is the best manager he has had during his time at the club, ahead of the likes of Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte.

"At the moment I think exactly what I thought one week ago", said Sarri.

"I am happy and I don't need anything".

Liverpool started the season as the strong title contenders after their terrific performance last season and it's obvious to favor them over Manchester United after their recent performances.

The Premier League's top-scorer coolly converted his seventh strike of the campaign with half an hour played to put the Blues on course for a deserved 3-0 success on the south coast.

Unbeaten Chelsea, playing in an unfamiliar pale blue kit with orange socks, made a bright start at St. Mary's and was unfortunate not to be awarded a penalty when Wesley Hoedt fouled Olivier Giroud.

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