After Sunday’s humiliating 6-0 defeat at Manchester City, many have called forth to find a suitable replacement for Maurizio Sarri at Chelsea but Eden Hazard says otherwise.
Even Sarri himself admitted that his position at Chelsea is now under jeopardy with his team slipping from 6th to 4th position in the League table.
The Italian coach said that he wouldn’t be surprised if he got a call from club owner Roman Abramovich but admitted that it was unlikely to happen as he never gets to hear from him.
However, Eden Hazard who had previously expressed his desire to work with former coach Jose Mourinho once again has said after Sunday’s defeat that he is more suited to the tactics of Sarri and right now he would prefer the Italian coach over The Special One.
“All the managers I’ve played for have given me something”, said Hazard to Chelsea’s official website.
“From when I started with Claude Puel at Lille, to now with Maurizio Sarri. They all see football in different ways which is why I’m the player I am. They have all given me important advice.
“Jose Mourinho was special, but the way Sarri and Rudi Garcia like to play is more like my philosophy of football, but they’ve all given me a lot.”