Chelsea star controversially advises team mate to quit Stamford Bridge
Chelsea and Belgium star, Eden Hazard has advised his team mate Michy Batshuayi, to quit Chelsea if he doesn’t get enough opportunity to play.
Batshuayi was Olympique Marseille’s top scorer before signing for Chelsea last season. He has been limited to just 17 substitute appearances this season as he has failed to convince Antonio Conte that he can lead the Blues attack, with the Italian preferring to play Eden Hazard as a false nine in the absence of Costa.
According to the Belgian sources, Hazard claims he can only offer candid advice to any footballer who ask for his advice, and as such would be realistic with Michy Batshuayi. According to Hazard, Batshuayi needs to start playing games, and if he cannot get game time at Stanford Bridge, he should consider leaving for a club that would offer him more opportunities.
Despite Hazard’s belief that Batshuayi is a top striker, the player still has a shortage of suitors. He has rarely been linked with moves to any team, and his limited role at Chelsea also makes it hard for clubs to know his capabilities.