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Willian – Abraham can ease the pain of Hazard’s departure

Willian believes that Chelsea star man this season Tammy Abraham will ease the pain of losing Eden Hazard to Real Madrid. Eden Hazard left Chelsea for Madrid in a €100 million (£88m/$112m) deal last summer after scoring 21 goals and providing 17 assists in all competitions last season for the Blues. His absence raised concerns on how Chelsea would cope with the Belgian who was key to the side's attacking successes in previous seasons. However, Tammy Abraham has eased fears thus far by scoring 7 goals in the last 3 Premier League games and can establish himself as the Blues' main attacker. He'll be looking to add more goals to his name when Chelsea face Liverpool at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. In a chat with Goal when asked about Chelsea's attacking prowess, the Brazilian said: "...

Luiz warns Emery – Chelsea know how to win the Europa League

Chelsea defender David Luiz recollects his time working under Unai Emery at PSG but has warned his former boss who now manages Arsenal that Chelsea knows how to win the Europa League. Chelsea will face Arsenal in the Europa League final in Baku on May 29. It can be recalled that the Brazilian worked briefly under Unai Emery before rejoining the Blues in 2016. Emery, on the other hand, joined the Ligue 1 giants from Sevilla where he had won 3 Europa League titles as club boss. David Luiz went on to praise Unai Emery for the impact he made in his short spell working under him at Paris Saint-Germain. “They have done great because it’s never easy to change the manager after many years that Arsene Wenger was there, and then Unai came trying to build a new philosophy and trying to ...

David Luiz – We trust Maurizio Sarri’s philosophy

Chelsea defender David Luiz has come out to say that he and his teammates trust Maurizio Sarri's philosophy, adding that they all support the Italian tactician. Chelsea slumped to a disappointing 2 nil defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates in the Premier League on Saturday and could be 1 defeat away from losing their place in the top 4 as just 3 points separate them from 5th place Arsenal and 6th place Manchester United. Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri didn't take the lethargic performance lightly and questioned the mentality of his players after the game, noting that they were very difficult to motivate. David Luiz admitted that Maurizio Sarri was unhappy after the match, but pointed out that no one was happy, adding that the manager's reaction was normal. Speaking about the style of ...