Hazard Speaks On New Chelsea Manager, Gives Condition For Staying At Stamford Bridge

Chelsea midfielder, Eden Hazard, has said he is anxious to know who will be the club’s manager next season.

There is uncertainty at Stamford Bridge, with Russian owner Roman Abramovich having UK visa issues and particularly with regards to the future of boss Antonio Conte, who has a year left on his contract.

Despite helping the Blues win the FA Cup, Hazard admitted he was disappointed with last season’s campaign and is keen for clarity about what the future holds for Chelsea next term.

β€œAt the moment I only focus on the World Cup,” said Hazard at Belgium’s pre-World Cup training camp in Brussels.

β€œWe had a bad season with Chelsea. We won the FA Cup at the end – so it was a little bit better but I’m only focused on the World Cup.

β€œThen I let the board manage Chelsea the best way that they can.”

Asked whether his Chelsea future was linked to who is in charge at Stamford Bridge and players that might arrive in the summer, Hazard said: β€œYeah I want to know. I want to know, but like I say I am focused on the World Cup.

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β€œIf we have something new – manager or players – it is always good to know it because I want players that can [help bring success back to] Chelsea next season. But to be fair the transfer market is not here [in full flow] yet. We will see after.”

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