The manager of Chelsea, Jose Mourinho, has rubbished off the reports that Eden Hazard might be making his way to Paris Saint-Germain at the end of the ongoing season.
Mourinho has also made it clear that he doesn’t have plans to put any of his players on sale.

Hazard had been brought to Stamford Bridge about one and half years ago. Chelsea had paid a transfer fee speculated to be around 40 million Pounds to Lille for securing his services and Mourinho reckons that the winger is a far better player now than what he was back then. So, his value at the moment would probably be out of the reach of most of the clubs.

In one of his interviews recently, when Mourinho was asked about the rumours of Hazard joining PSG, he said, “There is not even the slightest of chances of him leaving us next summer. First, we are not interested in selling him and secondly, he would cost any club a crazy amount. The kind of player he was when he had come here and the kind of player he is now, there is a huge difference. He has taken his game to a different level in the last one year or so.”

When asked if he is going to place a bid for the Manchester United superstar Wayne Rooney again in near future, he said, “We are scheduled to face Manchester United very soon. So, it would not be right for me to talk about one of their players at this point of time.”

Chelsea and Manchester United will take on each other in about 8 days’ time. That will be a league game and will take place at Stamford Bridge.

The last league game played between these two sides had ended in the form of a goalless draw.