Maurizio Sarri told to sell 6 Chelsea players at the end of the season

Maurizio Sarri told to sell 6 Chelsea players at the end of the season

- Maurizio Sarri has been urged to sell six Chelsea players at the end of the season

- The players are Eden Hazard, Danny Drinkwater, Pedro, Willian, David Luiz and Giroud

- Chelsea are currently occupying fourth position on the Premier League standings with 50 points

Maurizio Sarri who is the manager of Premier League side Chelsea has been told to sell six players when the ongoing season comes to an end.

But surprisingly, Belgium international Eden Hazard is said to be among the players that should be sold this summer which will be a cheering news for Spanish club Real Madrid.

This is according to former Liverpool star Stan Collymore who explained that Maurizio Sarri needs to allow some players to leave the club if he stays at the end of the season.

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After Chelsea's defeat against Bournemouth, Maurizio Sarri attacked his wards in the dressing room with the finger said to be pointed at Eden Hazard in particular.

But the Blues redeemed themselves last weekend with emphatic win over Huddersfield in which Hazard and Gonzalo Higuain scored a brace each.

Collymore wrote on his Daily Mirror column that the likes of Eden Hazard, Danny Drinkwater, Pedro, Willian, David Luiz and Olivier Giroud should be sold this summer.

''Eden Hazard needs to leave Stamford Bridge - to rid Chelsea of its toxic ­dressing room. Nothing against the Belgian who I rate one of the best in the world, but it’s time for the club to cash in.

“Losing a player like Hazard would leave a massive hole. But £150 million is good business for a 27-year-old,'' he explained according to Daily Star UK.

Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how former Arsenal star Perry Groves explained that Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri won't stay beyond the ongoing Premier League season at Stamford Bridge.

Maurizio Sarri has been under serious pressure since the Blues's defeat against Bournemouth in their last Premier League tie which was Chelsea's worst loss so far under Abramovich.

And even after the game, the former Napoli coach was said to have attacked his players in the dressing room claiming that they failed to follow instructions.

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