Chelsea's Eden Hazard could play at centre-forward - coach Maruizio Sarri

Tanya Simon
October 13, 2018

Eden Hazard has revealed how he wants to play for Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho in the future.

His comments intensified speculation linking him with Real Madrid, but Shevchenko feels as though the move would be unnecessary.

Hazard went on to say, "If the results are bad, he starts to criticise his players, you know, but you have to accept it, it's part of his character".

Hazard has scored more league goals this season than Alvaro Morata, Olivier Giroud, Pedro Rodriguez and Willian combined, and Sarri said he had considered using him more centrally in a similar role to that played by Dries Mertens at Napoli.

Eden Hazard has admitted that he wants to work with Jose Mourinho once again, despite the Belgian being one of the main reasons that he was sacked from his second spell at Chelsea.

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'Hazard is vast and I don't think even he knows how much he can still improve. We had a team that could win more trophies.

Mourinho, who is under pressure once again, this time at United, was sacked in 2015 with Chelsea a point above the relegation zone during their title defence.

He continued: "If you win, Mourinho is the best coach you can imagine". I got totally out of shape at the start of the season. We just ended up in a negative cycle. At the end of the day, you've got to get the fruits of your labour'.

Speaking further, Hazard regrets he could have emerged a better player under Mourinho, but acknowledged that he has made efforts to make up with the respected football.

"I sent him a message to say I was sorry he had gone and that I was sorry. I remembered this lesson this summer - four weeks after the World Cup I was back on training in Chelsea". I felt a little bit guilty because I'd been player of the year. "We'd enjoyed all that success together, but this time we hadn't", he said.

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