Marina Granovskaia warned over Chelsea’s decision about Eden Hazard

Chelsea and Marina Granovskaia have been told not to waste their time in trying to re-sign club legend and fan favourite Eden Hazard from Real Madrid amid ever-growing injury concerns for the Belgian.

Hazard’s injury woes were summed up in Belgium’s Nations League semi-final defeat to eventual champions France as the 30-year-old sustained another hamstring injury which has put him in doubt for the upcoming El Clasico.

BT Sport pundit Steve McManaman has informed Granovskaia and co. that this specific signing is not needed due to the abundance of quality that the west Londoners already possess in their ranks.

“He wouldn’t even be guaranteed a place in Chelsea’s current starting eleven,” McManaman controversially said.

“He’s a couple of years older than when he left Chelsea and his form has dipped.

“That final year at Chelsea was outstanding, but owing to injury he hasn’t hit those heights again.”