Hazard Names Premier League's Four Best Players

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Chelsea FC finished in fifth place in the Premier League table last term to miss out on the Champions League spot last term for the second time in three seasons under Jose Mourinho and then Antonio Conte.

The 32-year-old has shown he is a brilliant target man that can bring his teammates into play, with a special bond forming between him and in-form Belgian Eden Hazard.

"I wish he came a bit earlier to be honest, it's a little bit late now in my career". Sometimes it happens and sometimes not, but I'm very happy for him. But with Chelsea hoping to do well in all competitions this season, Fabregas can have a key role.


Chelsea remain unbeaten in the Premier League this season, having taken 17 points from seven games played. This is what I like. It's very important for him to score, but I think it's very important for him to play a good match. As I see the team tried, we put pressure up front and really tried our best. I'm learning it. I'm very passionate about it as it's very interesting.

Chelsea are yet to open talks with Fabregas over an extension to his current contract, which expires next summer, and his future at Stamford Bridge looks more precarious with Jorginho established as Sarri's preferred midfield playmaker.

"I've been very happy for the last four years and a half".


A perfectly reasonable response one would feel, Willian did add that he is playing with "pleasure", and enjoys the fact that Chelsea are now playing "proper football". He was stressing out a bit, so the goal will do him a lot of good.

"I know that he suffers as he cares a lot". We've had great success, won many things.

Maurizio Sarri is set to recall a number of first-team regulars to the starting lineup, when Chelsea face Southampton at St. Mary's on Sunday.


Hazard has played in over 300 games for Chelsea since joining the club in 2012 and was one of the stars of the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer. In a shared interview with Hazard and Jorginho with the Times, Willian explained why a change in training schedules has not left the best impression on him.

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