- Eden Hazard has been warned about leaving Chelsea for Real Madrid by his brother Thorgan
- The Blues playmaker was frequently linked with a switch away from Stamford Bridge all summer
- The 27-year-old Eden is enjoying his game under new Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri and has netted seven EPL goals so far
Eden Hazard’s brother Thorgan wants the Blues playmaker to be careful before dumping Chelsea for Real Madrid.
According to a UK Sun report citing Belgian newspaper HLN, Thorgan insists Eden, who was repeatedly linked with a move away from Chelsea after the summer World Cup made the best decision to remain at Stamford Bridge.
“Eden made the right decision to stay at Chelsea.
“Chelsea weren’t keen on selling him and he had a strong start of the season.
“Real are in a complex period. They sacked their manager, key players left. They have to rebuild,” Thorgan added.
Interestingly, the 27-year-old Eden has turned out decent performances at Chelsea since the arrival of new boss Maurizio Sarri, scoring seven goals as the Blues remain unbeaten in the Premier League.
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On the other hand, Real Madrid have sacked Julen Lopetegui as manager after a poor run in the opening round of the campaign, a performance that sees the Los Blancos on the sixth spot in the La Liga log.
Eden has less than 24 months left on his present deal at Chelsea, which could see the west London dwellers forced to sell him next summer than allow him to leave for free in 2020.
But 25-year-old Thorgan believes his brother is not c thinking of leaving Chelsea at the moment.
“I think Eden will see what happens at the end of the season. I know him. He’s not thinking about a move right now.
“He will give everything for Chelsea. He doesn’t want a clash with his club either. If he ever leaves, he will play it correctly,” added Thorgan, who was on Chelsea book from 2012 to 2013.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously had reported that Chelsea on Sunday, November 4, continued with their impressive performance this season in the Premier League beating visiting Crystal Palace 3-1 at Stamford Bridge.
Spanish striker Alvaro Morata scored the first goal for Chelsea in the 32nd minute after receiving a superb assist from Pedro.
But the visitors restored parity in the 53rd minute when James McArthur provided glorious chance that made Andros Townsend to score.
Chelsea extended their lead in the 65th minute through Alvaro Morata, and it was Belgium international Eden Hazard that provided the assist for him.
Marcos Alonso supplied the fine pass that allowed Pedro to score the winning goal for Chelsea in the 70th minute as the Blues won the match 3-1.
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