Chelsea manager Guss Hiddink has warned Chelsea superstar Eden Hazard ahead of the Champions League game against Paris Saint-Germain. Eden Hazard is admired by the French Champions for a long time and they always have an eye on the player, waiting for a chance to pounce and lure the Belgian to the Parc des Princes.
In his latest interview, Hazard revealed that it would be hard for any player to say ‘no’ to a club like PSG who have bigger ambitions and offer you big money (which he did not say publicly). PSG are developing a reputation for themselves as one of Europe’s best teams and they eye Eden Hazard as one of their main targets to achieve their dreams. Last season when they tried to unsettle the Belgian, the Londoners stood firm and swiped all attempts easily. Chelsea won a double last season in which Hazard played a pivotal role which won him the player of the year award.
This season nothing is going rightly for the defending English Premier League champions and Hazard is unhappy about that. With top clubs like PSG, Real Madrid and Bayern Munich chasing him, it will be very tough for Chelsea to convince the player to stay at the Stamford Bridge.
Guus Hiddink reacted angrily about Hazard’s recent comments as he felt the Frech league is too small for a player of Hazard’s magnitude. He also warned Hazard that he should prove his worth to Chelsea first and then only he can think about joining Europe’s elite clubs. So far this season, Eden Hazard is below par and have not given Chelsea his best. The Belgian was also related with Jose Mourinho’s sack as it is reported that Hazard deliberately played ‘bad’ to ensure the Portuguese get sacked.
Guus Hiddink did not involve more in the transfer rumors but insisted that Chelsea are one of the best clubs in Europe and Hazard must show his worth to Chelsea rather than thinking about his future elsewhere.
“First he (Hazard) must now get fit and show he is a top player and then for Chelsea, which is a top club, he can be of huge value.”
“In the near future, there will be more speculation about who is coming here or who is going but I don’t go into that,” Hiddink explained.