Belgium international and Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard came out to the press to throw doubts over his future with the English giants claiming he does not want to have any regrets in his career as he has been offered a new contract, amid strong interest coming from Real Madrid.
While speaking to French-Monegasque radio station, the Belgian said (via Sky Sports): “The new (Chelsea) coach (Maurizio Sarri) thinks football like me, so we’ll see.” Amid the doubts, Hazard still expressed optimism towards the following year that he’ll play for Chelsea. We suggest that you keep your eye on the latest odds and predictions on the Premier League to see how the season will go for this Belgian footballer. Read more on betting sites like BetEasy to stay updated on Chelsea’s upcoming matches.
“As I said, I’m already finishing this year with Chelsea, I still have a year of contract after this year.”
With all that being thrown into the media, the Chelsea star also made a speech about the racist abuse that was directed at Raheem Sterling in their 2-0 win against the Premier League defenders.
Over the past few months the England international has been a subject of the topic racist as he has been called out several times by different people pointing redundant aggression towards the Manchester City player. The fan who placed the abuse on Sterling has been called out by Chelsea interrogation team.
In big games like Chelsea vs Manchester City in a Premier League game passion and emotions are always present, but the so-called racist fans have seemed to be taking advantage of that to place an unnecessary insult to a player’s skin.
Chelsea fans has always been listening to what Hazard has to say in the media, which is majorly due to his influence at Stamford Bridge. The Belgian attacker called these people out saying they are not true fans handing out his support to Raheem Sterling.
The Belgian star said via Standard Sport: “The only thing I can say is, I support the player. Sterling is a fantastic player.”
“There is an investigation, so we don’t know what will happen. They are called fans but, for me, they are not fans. Proper Chelsea fans just sing for Chelsea and enjoy the game.”
“I am fully supportive of Raheem and this kind of racism cannot be in the stadium anymore.”
Eden Hazard has been prolific for his club this season and helped his team claim a 2-0 victory against Manchester City providing both goals in the game.