Chelsea captain not willing to be left behind by Hazard
Cesar Azpilicueta, the captain of Chelsea, openly signaled a certainty about Eden Hazard will leave London on next season’s transfer market. The captain seemed unwilling if later he was left by Hazard as he was with the star.
Hazard appeared as a field star in the Europa League final this season. Hazard managed to become the creator of Chelsea’s first and last goals, besides that he also successfully scored two goals that made the Blues managed to beat Arsenal with a score of 4-1.
The Europa League trophy is claimed to be a sweet farewell gift from Hazard to Chelsea. It is believed that the players recruited from Lille in 2012 were predicted to be docked to Spain, Real Madrid.
Cesar Azpilicueta also confirmed the rumor and could ensure Hazard would leave Chelsea in the summer. In an interview session, the captain was sad to have to be left by Hazard, who was one of his best colleagues during his career at Stamford Bridge.
“Obviously a big loss for us, as a player as well as a good person. We came here at the same time seven years ago, won six trophies, for me it feels like he is always extraordinary both on and off the field. I can only expect the best, because he is my good friend, “said Azpilicueta.
Azpilicueta was also on the side of Hazard’s personal side who was so friendly and he would definitely miss him, starting from his desire to appear neat on the field and his humble behavior. In other words, everyone in Chelsea loves him.
“Unselfish, repeatedly I heard at going to leave, but he survived. In other situations, maybe another player will force his departure, but he doesn’t do that. I can only expect the best for him, and we will all miss him,” concluded Azpilicueta.
Hazard has become an interesting ingredient in many media reports about the preparations that will move to Real Madrid, until now there has been no certainty from both parties. This latest, well-known media from England, The Sun, released news that the Blues and EL Real agreed to spend 115 million Pounds.