Links with a move to Real Madrid for the Belgium worldwide have persisted, with the winger recently refusing to be drawn on whether he would commit long term to Chelsea and extend a contract that expires at the end of next season.
The versatile attacking midfielder once again shone for the Blues during their 2-1 victory against Watford on Wednesday as he went on to bag a brace. "If Cesc will go then I think we need to buy another player, and it's not easy because technically Cesc is a very important player, and it's very hard to find in the market a player with these characteristics".
With Hazard making it publicly clear of his admiration and desire to play for Real Madrid in the future, Sarri has acknowledged the situation has dragged on for too long. He is able to come and play with the teammates.
"But I don't feel I play better". "I think [he will stay], because in this position we have only two players, Jorginho and Fabregas, and so for me, it would be a very big problem to be without Cesc", he continued.
Oil rises to $51 after steep slide; growth fears weigh Oil prices were up even higher earlier on Wednesday, with WTI trading up more than 10 percent shortly after 4:00pm EST. It earlier fell to $49.93, the lowest since July 2017, and posted a 6.2pc slide in the previous session.
"As a Chelsea fan I just don't think you could knock him if he went".
"I can not see a problem of Hazard in this role".
Hazard has netted 10 goals in 18 Premier League games this season, and looks set to beat his pervious high of 16, which he registered in 2016-17. He played four matches as a false number nine and he scored three goals and got three assists.
Chelsea travel to Selhurst Park to play Crystal Palace on Sunday, live on Sky Sports, and Sarri admits he is wary of the Eagles after they stunned champions Manchester City at the Etihad last weekend.
It was the second such death this month. "I'm deeply saddened by the death of 8-year-old Felipe Alonzo-Gomez last night in U.S. The boy was released just before 3 p.m., about 90 minutes after he had been found to have a fever of 39.4 C, CBP said .
The explosion is believed to have taken place on the Mariouteya Road, which is a popular street with tourists. The bus was carrying a total of 14 Vietnamese tourists, it added , saying only two of them escaped unharmed.
Tebbett, an instructor with the local electrical union, walked down toward the facility to get a better look. Mayor Bill de Blasio spokesman Eric Philips added that "scattered" power outages were reported elsewhere.
Trump had faced criticism for not yet visiting USA troops stationed in harm's way as he comes up on his two-year mark in office. While visiting troops in Iraq , President Trump spent some time Wednesday signing his iconic "Make America Great Again" hats .
After the Redskins practice Wednesday, coach Jay Gruden said this wasn't the first time Swearinger had problems such as this. Arizona plays at Seattle on Sunday. "I mean, have thoughts but it's not really my place to share it", he said.
Outgoing Secretary of Defense James Mattis issued a final holiday message to USA troops on Christmas Eve "holding the line". Mattis had planned to remain defense chief until late February, to allow for a transition.
This week, NPR tried to gain access to a few of the US bases but was told the American troops there are not authorized to comment. The future of the worldwide coalition against IS, which includes Turkey, the USA and France, remains unclear.
This brought together Ajinkya Rahane and Rohit Sharma to the crease and the Australians chose to exert some pressure. Pat Cummins was the sole wicket-taker for Australia picking two wickets in an excellent show with the ball.
He said they "could never get on the same page " on Syria. "I think all of this is coming down in the last hour". Trump on Saturday said that the jihadist group "is largely defeated".
CenturyLink outage affects Minnesota customers
Some reports told of people unable to get gas as card readers shut down at some gas stations, and others of ATM's glitching. From various customer tweets , it appears the embattled Internet service provider first reported an outage at 3:54 a.m.
Putin: Russia ready to deploy hypersonic weapon
In Wednesday's test, the weapon was launched from the Dombarovskiy missile base in the southern Ural Mountains. The missile that carries the Avangard hypersonic glide vehicle is the UR-100NUUTKh, an ICBM-class missile.
Watch the trailer of The Accidental Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh on Friday walked away without saying anything when he was asked by journalists to comment on the film. The Accidental Prime Minister is directed by Vijay Ratnakar Gutte and written by Mayank Tewari.
Saudi king orders government reshuffle after Khashoggi fallout
Al-Assaf then joined the Council of Ministers and became minister of state until 1996, when he was appointed finance minister. After the reshuffle, Prince Mohammed is set to maintain his political and security posts, including that of defense minster.
Koreas break ground on future railway project
They were greeted by North Koreans including Ri Son Gwon, who leads an agency which handles inter-Korean affairs. The two sides wrapped up their joint railway and road inspections for the projects this month.
Japan to resume whaling, but only in its territorial waters
But the hunt will be geographically limited, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said at a news conference, Reuters reported. Iceland and Norway object to the moratorium and continue to hunt whales commercially without relying on science as an excuse.
US Congress meets briefly, takes no steps to end shutdown
Just a few years ago, Trump pointed out, Democrats strongly supported a law that would have fortified the border with a fence. And yet, somehow, the government has been (partially) shuttered for six days now - and the Democrats have yet to surrender.