The 28-year-old might likely play his last game for the Blues when they face their London counterpart, Arsenal during the Europa League final and has been linked with a move to join the Spanish giants, Real Madrid.
Sarri noted that Hazard’s decision must be respected, although he hopes that the player will remain at Stamford Bridge.
Sarri stated this shortly after the match against Leicester City which ended goalless at King Power Stadium on Sunday afternoon leaving the Blues in third position ahead of Tottenham who also played out a 2-2 draw against Everton.
“Eden Hazard tried to do his best for seven seasons at Chelsea and did very well. We must respect him and his decision although I hope of course that the player will remain here, but at the moment I do not know if he will” Sarri said.
Hazard was asked where he keeps all the trophies and he said;
When Sarri was asked if he will be at the Bridge next season, he revealed that the club asked him to reach the Champions League and that target has been achieved. He adds how much he likes the Premier League and he would like very much to stay here.
He went further to describe his first season in the Premier League as a difficult one but at the end they were all happy as the team finish third and played one final with another to come, a very important match he says as that could make the season wonderful.