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Eden Hazard 'reaches verbal agreement' to join European giants

21 July 2018, 12:39 | Tracey Rhodes

Maurizio Sarri takes over from fellow Italian Antonio Conte at Chelsea

Maurizio Sarri takes over from fellow Italian Antonio Conte at Chelsea

Monday's match will be the first under new Chelsea coach Maurizio Sarri, who was appointed on a three-year deal following Antonio Conte's sacking last week.

As if that weren't tempting enough, the move would also provide Hazard with a new challenge at the club of his dreams and allow him to continue playing top-level European football.

Sarri will want to have his own players at the club and it was expected that there would be a number of changes.

"People make mistakes", he said through a translator.

Eden Hazard 'reaches verbal agreement' to join European giants

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"These were mistakes, that is for sure".

"I don't want to talk about the transfer market and I'm not that interested in it". Homophobic and sexist - absolutely not. Now reports from France say that Nabil Fekir, who was so close to joining Liverpool a few weeks ago, is now a target for Chelsea.

"These mistakes were made yes, but when someone makes a mistake they must apologise and accept some allegations can be made by the press".

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Courtois is completely different and as developments this week have highlighted, the realisation of the importance of the goalkeeping position and not having a world class player to fill it has caused a mild form of panic to set in among fans.

The forward confirmed he would be considering his options this summer and revealed that he has a "preferred destination" in mind.

Although new manager Maurizio Sarri has chose to wait until Hazard returns from a three-week holiday on August 6 before addressing his future in person, senior members of the Chelsea squad have been in contact with the Belgium winger.

In an ideal world, Conte would have left Stamford Bridge following Chelsea's FA Cup triumph over Manchester United in May and Sarri would have been announced as his successor shortly after.

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"If I was someone who always anxious I probably would do another job", he said. "Our job means risks, but also a lot of satisfaction".

"I must adapt to Chelsea, I must adapt to the available players".

If Tottenham want to secure the best player they can, it is in their best interests to get any deal done as soon as possible or risk competing against the second largest transfer fee in history.

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