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Chelsea can prosper in a post-Eden Hazard world

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Chelsea can prosper in a post-Eden Hazard world

With each inch Eden Hazard move closer to Real Madrid, Chelsea supporters who can’t mull over the prospect of losing him. In any case, Sunday’s adversaries, Liverpool, are the most ideal verification that there can be life after the flight of a club’s star man.

Philippe Coutinho left Anfield for Barcelona in January 2018 and from that point forward his old managers have achieved a Champions League last, are battling Manchester City for the Premier League title and have one foot in the semi-last of Europe’s greatest challenge this term. To put it plainly, they have not thought back.

Liverpool took in their exercise the most difficult way possible, having recently attempted to adapt to the misfortunes of Xabi Alonso, Fernando Torres and Luis Suarez, while selling Hazard would be a generally unchartered area for Chelsea. Goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois moved his approach to Real the previous summer, be that as it may, in the Roman Abramovich time, Chelsea have never lost their best player without wanting to.

The greatest issue confronting them is if and when they should serve Fifa’s two-window exchange boycott and whether they would almost certainly spend Hazard’s exchange charge, which is probably going to be somewhere in the range of £85 million and £100 million. Be that as it may, beside looking towards the exchange advertise, Liverpool supervisor Jurgen Klopp indicated how a group can wind up evident when they depend too intensely on one man.

“At best it makes you increasingly flighty in the event that you don’t have this overwhelming player, yet on one more day you miss a player like that,” said Klopp.

“Phil Coutinho was a prevailing player in our diversion and when we were not getting it done it was dependably a smart thought to give him the ball. Yet, it was in every case clear when Phil didn’t play we needed to carry out the responsibility in an unexpected way, to put obligation on various shoulders and spread it between the players.”

Tottenham have found this when Harry Kane is out harmed. Child Heung-minand Dele Alli frequently venture up and there is as of now proof that Chelsea could discover the takeoff of Hazard would draw out the best in others.

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Deal CHASE: Star sets sights on Manchester United move after significant development

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Deal CHASE: Star sets sights on Manchester United move after significant development

Manchester United have been given a helping hand by Chelsea as far as fixing the transfer of Tottenham star Christian Eriksen.

That is on the grounds that the Denmark international’s expectations of a move to Real Madrid hope to have been dashed by the Spanish giants signing Eden Hazard from the Blues this summer.

Also, as per the Daily Mirror, Eriksen is presently focusing on a move to either Man United or Juventus this summer as an option, however Spurs have set an asking price of £100million for their star creative player.

Man United could do with a quality talented attacker like Eriksen in their squad, giving that connection among midfield and the forwards, particularly as Paul Pogba’s future at Old Trafford is in some uncertainty.

The Mirror note that the France international is on Real Madrid’s radar, and numerous MUFC fans would most likely observe Eriksen as an upgrade around there of the pitch.

Christian Eriksen has been connected with Manchester United and others

The ex-Ajax man has been a reliably world class entertainer for Tottenham during the time and maybe appears to be increasingly fit to United’s style of play under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer than Pogba does, with the 26-year-old still to truly settle in this squad.

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Transfer News: Chelsea dismiss two £35m offers for Frank Lampard top choice

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Transfer News: Chelsea dismiss two £35m offers for Frank Lampard top choice

Chelsea have rejected two £35million offers from Barcelona and Atletico Madrid for winger Willian.

With Chelsea starting a FIFA-forced two-window transfer ban this summer, the club are naturally hesitant to sell any player except if they totally need to.

Willian has only a year left on his contract at Stamford Bridge and, at 30, his worth is probably going to fall in the coming years.

Be that as it may, Chelsea’s plausible failure to adequately replace him with another signing has seen them turn down two offers of £35m from La Liga.

Sky Sports state both Barca and Atleti have held up offers for a player potential approaching Chelsea boss Frank Lampard said “could without much of a stretch play in any team on the world” in March 2018.

Willian joined Chelsea from Anzhi Makhachkala only one year before Lampard left the club, however it is thought the 40-year-old would not have any desire to lose him if, true to form, he is named Blues boss.

Barca have a long-standing interest for Willian, offering £50m for him in January and making three offers alone the previous summer.

Frank Lampard will be a good coach if Chelsea succeeds in signing him ahead of next season.

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Transfer News: Barcelona Playmaker Wants €100M Chelsea Move

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Transfer News: Barcelona Playmaker Wants €100M Chelsea Move

Barcelona playmaker Philippe Coutinho has settled on a choice on his preferred destination if he leaves the club this summer, as indicated by reports.

Coutinho hasn’t exactly been a similar player since moving to Barcelona from Liverpool in January 2018, just scored five goals and two assists in La Liga last season.

The attacking midfielder has been seriously connected with a move away after terrible season at Barcelona.

The two destinations referenced for Coutinho are French giants PSG and a return to the Premier League with Chelsea – and as indicated by The Daily Star, the Brazilian would prefer to join Chelsea.

Coutinho is viewed as a perfect replacement for Eden Hazard, who has already joined Real Madrid after seven seasons at Stamford Bridge.

Chelsea are urgently trying to find a way freeze the transfer ban forced on them by FIFA, with the goal that they can fill the void left by Hazard’s exit.

In spite of his disappointing season, Barcelona allegedly still value Coutinho – who has also been connected with Manchester United – at around €100m.

If Chelsea see their transfer ban overturned, they would almost certainly be able to afford the fee, because of the sum they got for Hazard.

In any case, the Star’s report warns that as long as owner Roman Abramovich’s future is doubt, Chelsea might be unwilling to pay huge amount for big players.

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