In­jured Salah re­turns early

The Sunday Telegraph - Sport - - Football - Sarri

New Chelsea head coach Mau­r­izio Sarri, who has brought out Haz­ard’s best form at Stam­ford Bridge, is re­laxed about his star man’s fu­ture.

Talk­ing to Cor­riere dello Sport, said: “His con­tract ex­pires in 2020, but he’s stay­ing here. Haz­ard is im­mense and I don’t think even he knows how much he can still im­prove. I said he could end up in the tight cir­cle of the best three or four play­ers in the world.

“The prob­lem is he plays to en­joy him­self and at times doesn’t re­alise the im­por­tance of mov­ing from fun to reap­ing the re­wards. You have to get the fruits of your labour.” record goalscorer has signed a three-year deal to re­place Leonardo Jardim.

Maradona vol­ley for Messi

Ar­gentina great Diego Maradona has hit out at coun­try­man Lionel Messi, say­ing he is not a leader. “We shouldn’t de­ify Messi any longer,” Maradona told Fox Sports. “He’s Messi when he plays for Barcelona. Messi is Messi when he wears that shirt, and he’s an­other Messi with Ar­gentina.”

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