Chelsea head coach, Maurizio Sarri has expressed optimism that Belgian Eden Hazard can become the world best player.
Hazard is heading into his seventh season at Stamford Bridge and has won every silverware the club was open to except the UEFA Champions League.
After an impressive World Cup outing, the forward had suggested that he wanted to move on but he is still part of the Blues even after the close of transfer window in England but Real Madrid could still give him a chase till the end of this month.
But Sarri is looking forward to using Hazard – who could make his first start of the season against Arsenal on Saturday – in his new-look Chelsea side, and is excited to see what the 27-year-old can offer.
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“We are talking about one of the most important players in Europe,” said Sarri. “But, in my opinion, he can improve more.
“He can be the first. It depends on him. The best for technical skill, the best for scoring, but I think it depends only on him. On his mind,” Sky Sports quoted him.