Will Hazard leave Chelsea in the summer?
The Belgian star is probably worth closer to $200 million, so a price of around $75-100 million is likely what Chelsea will receive if a club signs him this summer.
This season - as of April 9th - Eden Hazard has been involved in more Premier League goals than any other player and has recorded his joint-best tally for the club, since his first title win with Mourinho in 2014/15.
Hazard's two goals against West Ham sent Chelsea third in the Premier League table and back above Tottenham and Arsenal in the race for the top four, but the side have a hard run in with trips to Liverpool and Manchester United to come.
In an interview with the official Chelsea Football Club website, the Argentine said that he's happy at the club, despite his recent run without a goal, and that he's still adapting to life in the Premier League. "And I hope that I can stay here [next season]".
"But I nearly feel like Hazard has to play for a Real Madrid or a Barcelona". It is impossible to find another Hazard, but it is not my decision.
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The former Lille playmaker then buried a second at the death as Chelsea stepped up to third in the Premier League table, though having played a game more than Champions League qualification rivals Tottenham and Arsenal. "Otherwise we have to try something different". "He's good enough to play at centre-back or in a deep midfield role, just like John Stones".
"I was maybe a little lucky with the shot".
"He came here with his own ideas of how to play and I think we've done quite well".
"The club agrees with me [about wanting to keep Hazard]". But for the first season, we've reached the Carabao Cup final, we can still reach the top four and win the Europa League.
'Give him 500k please, we need him, ' tweeted @GreatNalex. "He told me that he has to decide".
It was the Belgian's opener that made headlines as he weaved between five West Ham defenders to slot the ball into the back of the net.