Hazard has no doubt shown a high degree of professionalism by committing to Chelsea and not following the footstep of fellow compatriot, Courtouis who joined Real Madrid in a meagre fee after going AWOL.
Why Hazard May Still Leave Chelsea Despite Showing Commitment
Chelsea have shown great promises under new manager, winning their first two opening games, including a win against Arsenal this weekend. Hazard has not made a full start as he had to come off the bench with manager, Sarri feeling the player needed to freshen up following an exhaustive World Cup campaign.
Hazard’s impact in the club cannot be over-emphasized, this was evident in the role he played in helping Chelsea overcome Arsenal. Hazard is 27, and while he is already being regarded as one of the top players in the world, he may never achieve his ambition of becoming the best in the world.
Chelsea has still got a lot of room for development, their first two games may have given them the desired result but they are far from being a finished team. The start would suggest all is well and the player is happily settled. Hazard is attracting interest from Spain with Real Madrid and Barcelona at the center of war over the Belgian playmaker. He may stay beyond the summer transfer which closes at the end of August but it may become difficult for Chelsea to hold him beyond the winter transfer especially if the team aren’t in a very good position