Maurizio Sarri says Real Madrid's £100m bid for Eden Hazard is too cheap

Maurizio Sarri says Real Madrid's £100m bid for Eden Hazard is too cheap

- Maurizio Sarri has rubbished Real Madrid's £100million offer for Eden Hazard

- The Belgian's future remains in doubt despite scoring brace against West Ham

- Sarri insisted Hazard is far more higher than the price Real Madrid is offering

Maurizio Sarri has labelled Real Madrid's £100million bid for Chelsea's main man Eden Hazard as too cheap.

The 28-year-old scored a brace against West Ham in a Premier League fixture at Stamford Bridge and the debate about his future continues to be a subject of speculation.

Spanish giants Real Madrid are preparing a summer bid for the Belgian superstar and are set to make a £100m bid to land him at the Bernabeu next season.

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Sarri admitted that there is little Chelsea can do to keep Hazard until next season if his future lies elsewhere.

And the Italian manager insisted that it will take more than £100m to sell their most priced possession in the current market.

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When asked about a rumoured £100m price tag, Sarri told Sky Sports: "It's too cheap. In this market it's too cheap.

"I have no idea [what it would cost to replace him].

"But we have seen in the last market window every price I think.

"I think that it's really very hard to change Hazard with another player.

"If Eden wants to make another experience it is very difficult to keep him I think."

When asked how he can convince Hazard to say, he added: "We are trying to improve.

"We are trying to become one of the best teams in England and as a consequence in Europe.

"But I have to respect his decision.

"I don't know, I am not the club, I can't do anything to answer. I can't answer. [Can we lose him?] From the technical point of view, no not at the moment.

"There is no other Hazard because the level is so high. I hope Hazard can stay.

"The club doesn't want to sell him but we must all respect his decision I think. He is in the last year of his contract and if he has another decision then we have to respect it. We tried but it is not easy."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Eden Hazard scored both goals as Chelsea defeated West Ham by 2-0 at Stamford Bridge.

The Blues have now moved up to third on the Premier League table as they keep their top-four hopes alive.

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