It seems that the French press are desperate to get Eden Hazard back in Ligue 1. Having lost their star to Chelsea a few years ago, the media across the Channel have continuously linked the Belgian winger with a move to Paris Saint-Germain ever since the Qatari took over.
A month or so ago, we relayed information from Le10 Sport stating that Eden Hazard may not be as happy as he seems at the London club. Dismissed by many as just a story used by the magazine to try and sell copies, it appears they may not have been entirely wrong after all.
According to an article released on RMC's website today, Eden Hazard could very well be looking for a way out from Chelsea Football Club.
After a huge uproar at certain quotes taken out of context, we clarified earlier this morning that, in his post-match interview with beIN Sport France, Hazard didn't necessarily criticise Mourinho's tactics, but, instead, just stated the obvious: that Chelsea were set up to counter-attack against Atlético Madrid.
However, RMC Sport now claim that the relationship between Mourinho and Eden Hazard is at its worst, with sources close to the player claiming that the PFA Young Player of the Year sees the Special One as “the worst manager he has known”.
If Eden Hazard is indeed unhappy at Chelsea, a move back to France in a league he knows well could be appealing for the Belgian winger, and with Paris Saint-Germain in desperate need of a world-class left winger, who knows what a ludicrous offer might do in the summer?
Alternatively, reports like this in France could lead to Chelsea doing everything they can to make Hazard happy. Wayne Rooney's 'angry and confused' stage resulted in the Manchester United striker getting a huge new deal and Hazard has used the press before, most notably toward the end of his time with Lille.
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