The newest addition to the Chelsea squad has been accused of having several attitude issues given his conduct during the previous few weeks as top Premier League clubs such as Manchester United and Manchester City along with
Chelsea competed for his signature but the Belgian playmaker has refuted such claims already...
Eden Hazard has made it clear that he has not got an attitude problem and his conduct during the whole transfer saga from Lille to Chelsea has been normal. The Belgian international is now one of the hottest properties in world
football due to his terrific form with Lille in the previous season. Manchester United were favourites early on to sign the Belgian striker but now things have changed as the Lille midfielder opted to snub the Manchester clubs and go for a more lucrative offer
The London club recently won the UEFA Champions League final in dramatic fashion by winning the ultimate match against Bayern Munich on penalty kicks. There is a rebuilding process going on at Chelsea now and Hazard will be a part
of the new age of the club where the young guns will take more responsibility as the likes of Drogba prepare to part ways with the European champions.
Hazard clarified the rumours regarding his attitude as he said, "A lot of players watch videos of others. I'm not scared to say I watch videos of Messi and Ronaldo; I try and inspire myself from them.”
He added, "We didn't have the same qualities, but we both tried to make the difference. He taught me some things. He makes the right runs. I said I preferred playing rather than training. People interpreted that as me not wanting
to work hard. That's false. I work seriously. It's helped me get to where I am now.”
It will be interesting to see how Hazard fares in the English Premier League which is obviously a more competitive league as compared to Ligue 1, something which means that the Belgian starlet will have to work extra hard to prove
himself at Stamford Bridge week in and week out.