Eden Hazard opens up on Chelsea’s title chances amidst the youth revelation under new manager and Chelsea Legend Frank Lampard.
Eden Hazard arrived at Stamford Bridge as a wide-eyed youngster hoping to make it big. By the time he left for Real Madrid he had become a blues legend and was given a hero’s farewell. He now plies his trade in the Spanish league but still follows Chelsea.
He believes that Chelsea are in safe hands under Frank Lampard and hailed him as one of the best managers in the world. He expressed his desire to see the club do well and predicted that adding two or three more players could help them become even better.
Eden Hazard opens up on Chelsea’s title chances
“I wasn’t surprised about Frank Lampard,” Hazard said.
“I know Frank as a player, not a manager, but he is a great guy.
“He has shown already in four months that he can be one of the best managers in the world.
“The good thing is they are playing with young English players. They are lucky to have young players with quality.
“Maybe with two or three more they would be first in the Premier League.
“When I saw them play it was nice to see them all play together.
“I still have friends there are want them to do well.”
Chelsea started slowly with a few losses and draws before finding the system and players that worked best for them. Eden Hazard himself had a slow start to life in Spain but has begun to pick the pace. He is slowly becoming the player Real Madrid splashed £88million on.
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