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

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

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

Morata has missed Chelsea's last three Premier League matches and ahead of the trip to Selhurst Park, Sarri has hinted that, despite being fully fit, the 26-year-old may not join the travelling squad.

Hazard reiterated after scoring twice in Chelsea's 2-1 win over Watford on Wednesday that he intends to postpone any firm decision on his future until the end of the season - a stance meant to keep his options open if Real Madrid decide to make a push to sign him. "I think [he will stay], because in this position we have only two players, Jorginho and Fabregas, and so for me, it would be a very big problem to be without Cesc", he continued. I am not in charge of the market. "I want him to stay". In the future, he can play also as a winger, of course.

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

Chelsea have a policy to only offer one-year contract extensions to players over 30, which could be hindering them from locking down players like Fabregas. He is able to come and play with the teammates.

Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports, Sarri said, "I like to play in the Christmas days".

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"He is a great player".

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

"I don't know if he prefers to play as a winger or striker". He played four matches as a false number nine and he scored three goals and got three assists.

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League appearance of the season on Wednesday against Watford when he replaced Pedro in the 43rd minute, but he was withdrawn late in the game after suffering a hamstring injury.

"I don't know if Hudson-Odoi is able for the Premier League at 18, especially in a big team", he said.

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