Supporters adore him, players love to play for him and opposing managers have nothing but respect for him, it’s safe to say Maurizio Sarri has hit the ground running at Chelsea.

“Sarri-Ball” has been almost unplayable at times and the tactics employed by the Italian seems to have a positive effect on most of the Chelsea players. Eden Hazard has perhaps benefited most from the change in style and has been in scorching form for the Blues and extended his goal tally to 8 for the season during the 3-0 win at the St. Mary’s on Sunday.

While often viewed as one of the best players in England over the last few seasons, several sections in the footballing world always seem to expect more from the Belgian and want to see him get closer to numbers delivered by the likes of Ronaldo and Messi. But Talksport pundit Jason Cundy is of the opinion that the 28-year-old is already on an elite level and the Londoners should be breaking the bank to tie him down to a new contract, even quoting a mind blowing £750,000 a week to convince him to stay!

Check out the tweet from Talksport featuring the story here :

It’s beyond doubt that Chelsea fans want him to stay badly but some on Twitter felt that the figures quoted by the the former Blues defender is definitely way too much money while others seemed convinced that the Belgian will leave for Madrid at some stage in his career.

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