Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has told Callum Hudson-Odoi to respect the club and claimed that the English youngster would not be sold.
In his latest dreary post-match post-mortem, Sarri acknowledged after a humiliating 4-0 loss at Bournemouth on Wednesday that he couldn't explain how his players had performed so poorly.
"Of course I'd like to see him stay and I'd also say that he has the potential to be the best player in Europe currently" added the Italian coach.
Sarri kept his players in the dressing room for more than 40 minutes following the loss.
If that really is the case after half a year in charge and as Chelsea heads into a pivotal stage of the season, he must be wondering if his ideas - the so-called "Sarri-ball" approach - will get through. Sources close to the Belgian in London maintain that a move to Spain is high on Hazard's priority list and one of the key reasons for the player not penning an extension with Chelsea.
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Sarri is quoted as saying by Metro: "Eden is 28".
Supporters at the Vitality Stadium turned on Sarri during their 4-0 defeat as they sang "You don't know what you're doing", and the Blues' top-brass are yet to be fully convinced that Sarri has a long term future at Stamford Bridge.
The last few weeks saw Bayern Munich aggressively bid for Chelsea starlet Callum Hudson-Odoi, with Sky Sports even suggesting that a £35 million bid had come in for the young Englishman.
"It is unacceptable for Chelsea", Azpilicueta said, "and we have to find the solutions".