TRANSFER NEWS: Hazard Drops Bombshell, Chelsea & Liverpool Target Wants Out
Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham target is staying put
Eden Hazard has snubbed top Premier League clubs such as Arsenal, Liverpool and Tottenham after he came to a decision that he would want to stay with Lille beyond this season. talkSPORT reports that:
Eden has chosen to stay. He has a contract until 2015 and now Champions League football. Everything points towards staying.
A Lille source told talkSPORT
Chelsea have a shortlist of 4 for their vacant managerial slot
Chelsea have apparently cut their potential candidates for taking the helm at Stamford Bridge to 4, the Daily Mail reports. Apparently, the list includes the likes of Villas-Boas, Jose Mourinho, Guus Hiddink and Leonid Slutsky. Well, who is Leonid Slutsky again?
He is in fact the current manager of Russian club CSKA Moscow, a club that Chelsea club owner Roman Abramovic has strong ties with. That’s quite a rumour though, I personally doubt that Abramovic will actually move in and sign a manager of lower sub-standards.
Well, here’s another line from newspaper The Guardian:
Chelsea are quietly confident they will be able to prise Guus Hiddink from the Turkish Football Federation and may even persuade the Dutchman to succeed Carlo Ancelotti as manager rather than take the director of football role he might instinctively favour.
Aguero wants out of Madrid
It seems as if this has finally happened, as Aguero has finally officially declared that he no longer thinks that he belong with the Madrid based club. Aguero has cited the lack of silverware being the reason behind his motivation for a move away from the Vincente Calderon. A statement was made by him, saying:
I said long ago that when I wanted to go, I would say so publicly. And the time has come
This will certainly get Liverpool and Chelsea talking alright.
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