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Why Hazard will leave Chelsea for Real Madrid – Carragher

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Former Liverpool defender, Jamie Carragher, has said Eden Hazard has to leave Chelsea for Real Madrid because he is one of the best players in the Premier League.

Hazard scored twice including a brilliant opener, as the Blues moved back into the Premier League top four with a vital three points against West Ham on Monday.

But it comes in a week when the Belgian has been the subject of the most intense speculation yet, that he will leave Stamford Bridge for the Bernabeu in the summer.

Chelsea fans were taunted by their Hammers counterparts regarding their star man being destined for a summer exit and Carragher risked angering them further by branding him “too good for Chelsea”.

“To be honest I don’t think you can ever stop that (speculation around Real Madrid).

“Most players see that as the pinnacle, it’s happened at both our clubs, United and Liverpool, and I agree it’s sad in terms of not watching them week in, week out.

“But I almost feel like Hazard has to play for a Real Madrid or a Barcelona.

“He’s that good that there are some players you think just have to play at that level.

“No disrespect, but I think Hazard’s too good for Chelsea right now.

“I just think he’s that good a player.

“With Hazard, I think he’s one of the best players in the world and I think the best players in the world play at your Real Madrid’s and your Barcelona’s.

“At this moment, Chelsea aren’t. He’s won leagues with them, he hasn’t won a Champions League, but I think as an individual player he needs a Real Madrid on his CV to finish that career,” Carragher said on Sky Sports Monday Night Football after the game.

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PFA team of the year: Pogba included, Hazard absent on list

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Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, has been named in the PFA Team of the Year.

Pogba was the only non-Liverpool or Manchester City player to make the PFA Team of the Year.

Chelsea’s Eden Hazard misses out in a side which is dominated by Liverpool and Manchester City players.

The team is set to be revealed on Thursday and is voted for by players in the Premier League.

Four Liverpool players have made the cut, including Virgil van Dijk, who has won the PFA Players’ Player of the Year ahead of Raheem Sterling.

Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has been named in the PFA Team of the Year for the second successive season, while Bernardo Silva is also included after his brilliant season for the Premier League champions.

Hazard misses out for the second year running, despite being on the six-man shortlist for the PFA Players’ Player of the Year.

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Hazard to earn £400,000 weekly in Real Madrid

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Eden Hazard will be offered £400,000-a-week to join Real Madrid this summer and a new house, the UK Sun reports.

The Belgian superstar is ready to quit Chelsea and has his heart set on a move to Spain.

Zinedine Zidane is back in charge at the Santiago Bernabeu and is planning to overhaul his squad after this season.

Hazard is top of his wish list and Zidane is also said to want Manchester United’s Paul Pogba.

For Hazard, Madrid will sweeten the deal, by throwing in a luxury property and help with his relocation costs.

Chelsea won’t stand in the player’s way, but expect the LaLiga giants to get near their £95million valuation, even though Hazard’s contract expires in summer 2020.

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Why Chelsea was unable to defeat Burnley – David Luiz

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Chelsea’s central defender, David Luiz has explained why his side drew 2-2 with Burnley on Monday night.

Luiz said Burnley refused to play the game and adopted time wasting techniques.

Mourizio Sarri’s men missed the chance to go to third position in the Premier League on Monday.

Jeff Hendrick had given the visitors a shock lead with a sensational volley from outside the area.

But N’Golo Kante scored an almost instant equaliser after good work from Eden Hazard on the left.

Gonzalo Higuain then put Chelsea into the lead with a well-taken strike from the angle, but Ashley Barnes stunned the home fans after sliding the Clarets level after a well-worked set piece.

Chelsea pushed hard for a late winner, but Sean Dyche’s side were well organised and defended their box masterfully to take a point which surely guarantees their safety from relegation.

Luiz told Sky Sports, “We tried everything to win the game. It’s difficult when you play against a team who have two chances and score two goals and didn’t want to play the game.

“It’s anti-football. Losing time [time wasting] all the time, especially when you have the ball. Their players went to the floor and stopped the game.

“They were playing 11 inside the box. It’s difficult to score against a team like that.”

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