Why Zenden thinks Hazard must leave Chelsea to win Ballon d’Or

Bolo Zenden has demanded that Eden Hazard must leave Chelsea before he can be viewed as one of the world’s most noteworthy year in and year out.

The previous Blues midfielder trusts a change to either Barcelona or Real Madrid would do only that and will give the Belgian charm the most obvious opportunity with regards to anchoring his first historically speaking Ballon d’Or grant.

While Zenden may need the 27-year-old to remain at Stamford Bridge, he is completely mindful that it might be the ideal opportunity for him to make that following stage in his profession.

‘It will be hard for Chelsea to keep him, with Barcelona, Real ­Madrid and Paris Saint­Germain around,’ Zenden told the Mirror.

‘He needs a move to ­Barcelona or Madrid to be up there, classed with the best on the planet.

‘Truly, he has done it in England. In any case, with that stage of having played for any semblance of ­Barcelona or Real, that is the thing that they search for when they choose the player of the year.’

 

While Zenden trusts Hazard should gain the move to ground in his vocation, he doesn’t think it’ll be anything but difficult to purchase the Belgium global thinking about the immense expansion in costs for players as of late.

‘In the event that you see Neymar going for £198million, Paul Pogba and Cristiano Ronaldo around £100m, at that point he will be up there as one of the greatest expenses ever – and he ought to be.

‘It’s crucial for them to keep him. He has amazing quality, he is an upbeat chap to have around the place, a ­brilliant expert and great in the changing area. With everything taken into account, he is simply ­a ­really hero, and also being an awesome player.’

Peril has been a disclosure since Maurizio Sarri’s landing this mid year and he has scored seven objectives in eight diversions this crusade, acquiring him September’s Player of the Month grant.

The forward is additionally in the running during the current year’s Ballon d’Or grant alongside Ronaldo, Lionel Messi and Neymar.

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