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Cesc Fabregas urges Chelsea’s best player Eden Hazard not to leave

first_imgChelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas begged Eden Hazard to not leave Chelsea this summer as reports of the Belgian international joining Real Madrid keeps getting stronger.During the World Cup in Russia, Hazard revealed he was considering leaving the club he had joined from Lille in 2012 but Fabregas has begged him not to go.It all started when Hazard spoke to the media about his future during the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The Chelsea No. 10 said that he has had six wonderful years with the London club and he is yet to decide his future completely.”I will go on holiday and ask myself the right questions. After six wonderful years at Chelsea, it might be time to discover something different. I can decide if I want to stay or go, but Chelsea will make the final decision – if they want to let me go,” Hazard said.”For my career, certainly after this World Cup, I’m at a moment where I might change. You all know my preferred destination.”But, the Spaniard came out and asked his teammate to stay back with the Blues because he is their best player and the fans love him and adore him.New Chelsea manager Muarizio Sarri wants to ‘keep the strongest players'”I think he’s our best player. We are a top club, we want to be a top team, we want to win things, and for that you need your best players. Eden is one of them,” Fabregas said of his team mate after reaching Perth ahead of Monday’s friendly against Perth Glory.advertisement Cesc Fabregas urged Eden Hazard to snub a move to Real Madrid and stay at Chelsea”He’s a player that we all love to play with, especially me. For us, he’s our most important player. Everyone loves him — the fans, the club, the players, and we need him. He knows that,” the Spaniard added.New manager Maurizio Sarri also spoke of his desire to hold on to Hazard and Thibaut Courtois, who is also linked to a move to Real Madrid.”Hazard is a very high-level player. I hope that I will manage to improve him. I would like to have fun during the week with him. This would mean very good results and mean we would have been very competitive during the season,” said Sarri.However, he added that he hasn’t spoken to him yet and would like to speak to him face-to-face.”I’d like to meet them face-to-face. I would also like a player to come on the (training) pitch four or five days to have a clear idea.”Monday’s match is Chelsea’s first under Sarri, who has promised an attacking brand of football and Fabregas cannot wait to see how it unfolds.”It’s a way of football that I believe in, that I really like, that I grew up in this system,” the 31-year-old said.”For the type of player like myself, we can take a lot of advantage.”last_img read more