Moses Set To Get Chelsea Recall For Crystal Palace Clash

The Blues are back in action on Sunday with a league clash against Crystal Palace as they look to close out their 2018 schedule in style.

Moses is all glee for Hazard, after the dashing winger-cum-midfielder hit his 100th and 101st goals from 322 Cheslea appearances in a 2-1 win at Watford on Boxing Day.

"In this position we have only two players, Jorginho and Fabregas, so for me it would be really a problem without Cesc". I am not in charge of the market.

Some reports also suggest that Ligue 1 side AS Monaco want to sign the former Barcelona player but their poor league position could cause a big problem for this deal.

The manager is likely to continue using Eden Hazard as a "false nine". In the future, he can play also as a winger, of course. "He is able to play in the centre of the pitch", Sarri explained.

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The forward scored his 14th goal of the season before setting up Virgil van Dijk's clincher in the second half at Molineux. There were chances for both teams in the first half, we could have done better in the final third and with final decisions.

"At the moment I am very happy with him in this position". He is able to come and play with the team-mates.

"I can not see a problem of Hazard in this role".

Chelsea have a policy to only offer one-year contract extensions to players over 30, which could be hindering them from locking down players like Fabregas.

The 18-year-old forward, who joined Chelsea at U8s level, is viewed as one of the best talents in the club's academy and one of the best players the Blues have produced in recent seasons. "If Cesc will go then I think we need to buy another player, and it's not easy because technically Cesc is a very important player, and it's very hard to find in the market a player with these characteristics".

Asked if he agreed with Chelsea's policy, Sarri replied: "It depends on the single situation I think. So I am not able to see the problem".

  • Lawrence Cooper