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Monday, 3 June 2019

Updates on Maurizio Sarri & Eden Hazard’s Chelsea futures

Hazard will have to wait for Madrid move

The Eden Hazard to Real Madrid saga seems to have been going on for some time now.

The rumours of the Belgian moving to Spain began to spread earlier this year when Zinedine Zidane once again took charge at the Bernabeu.

Hazard then dropped a huge hint that he would be leaving Chelsea this summer when he stated in an interview after the Europa League final “I think it’s a goodbye”, when speaking about his Chelsea future.

Now, on Monday the 3rd of June, the Evening Standard have provided a fresh update on Hazard to Madrid.

According to the report from the ES, Real and Chelsea have yet to agree on a fee for the forward.

With Hazard set for international duty with Belgium, it is unlikely he will finalise any deal with Real Madrid until at least June 12th when the international games have come to a close.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA – JULY 23: Maurizio Sarri, coach of Chelsea looks on prior to the international friendly between Chelsea FC and Perth Glory at Optus Stadium on July 23, 2018 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Albert Perez/Getty Images)

Sarri to Juve?

The same report from the ES also gives an update on Maurizio Sarri’s Chelsea future.

The Italian had a solid debut season at Stamford Bridge securing 3rd place, reaching the League Cup final and winning the Europa League.

However, reports have emerged over the past few weeks linking Sarri with the Juventus job.

Now, according to the Evening Standard, Sarri is hopeful of joining Juventus this week.

Sarri is also said to have been in Italy on Monday the 3rd of June as he looks to finalise the deal.

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