Maurizio Sarri says Hazard is an odd lad ahead of Real Madrid move

Maurizio Sarri says Hazard is an odd lad ahead of Real Madrid move

- Maurizio Sarri has branded Eden Hazard as an odd player ahead of Real Madrid move

- This comes after the Belgian scored a brace against Arsenal in the Europa League final

- Sarri says Chelsea will miss the winger who himself confirmed his departure from Stamford Bridge

Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has explained that Eden Hazard is an odd player stressing that the club will miss him ahead of his imminent move to Real Madrid.

Eden Hazard was on Wednesday night, May 29, in great form for Chelsea scoring a brace which helped his side record a 4-1 win over Arsenal in the final of the Europa League.

The win over Arsenal in Baku is now expected to be Eden Hazard's last game for Chelsea before completing a mega move to Real Madrid.

Sarri has now spoken about Eden Hazard's departure claiming that he is sad considering the type of player the Belgium international is.

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“I’m sad, because Hazard is an extraordinary player and can achieve even more.

"He’s an odd lad, but once you get into his comfort zone, he’s wonderful,'' Sarri who could also leave for Juventus said according to UK Sun.

Eden Hazard on the other hand however confirmed his departure after win over Arsenal while speaking with BT Sport

"I think it’s a goodbye but in football you never know.

"My dream was to play in the Premier League and I did this for seven years in one of the biggest clubs in the world and now it’s maybe time for a new challenge,'' Eden Hazard said.

Earlier, had reported how Premier League giants Chelsea reportedly told Spanish side Real Madrid to pay them massive £130 million for the transfer of Belgian football star Eden Hazard.

Eden Hazard has been the main summer target for Real Madrid and Los Blancos' chiefs are said to be ready to lure the winger to Spain. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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