Sarri On Hazard's Future: We Need To Solve The Problem


Luka Milivojevic has five league goals this season (Picture: Getty Images)What are the odds? "So I think it's very hard to play here, but I think it's fantastic".

That admiration is simply for a club he knows not everyone will get the chance to play for and where places are reserved for the best, so not moving to Real Madrid last summer hurt him.

"Pedro has a hamstring injury and I think that he will have to rest for about 10 days".

The Blues will visit Crystal Palace in their next Premier League match on Sunday. I want to speak to him only about his position on the pitch.

With both Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata misfiring for the Blues up front, Sarri has utilised Hazard in a false nine position in recent weeks and became frustrated when questioned over his decision to do so.

"At the moment I am very happy with him in this position".

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A sticking point in talks over a new deal for Fabregas is Chelsea's policy of only offering one-year extensions to players over the age of 30, and Sarri hinted that the club's stance is too broad and inflexible. "So the problem is only this, I think".

Asked if he agreed with Chelsea's policy, Sarri replied: "It depends on the single situation I think".

Do you think Hazard will remain at Chelsea next season?

Hudson-Odoi played a key role in England's 2017 Under-17 World Cup victory, appearing in all nine matches and setting up three goals in the 5-2 victory over Spain in the final.

Hudson-Odoi made his first Premier League appearance of the season on Wednesday against Watford when he replaced Pedro in the 43rd minute, but he was withdrawn late in the game after suffering a hamstring injury. "So I am not able to see the problem".