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Not many teams in the World can buy Eden Hazard - Cesc Fabregas

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has revealed Chelsea can hold Eden Hazard for long after an incredible display from the Belgian against Liverpool yesterday.

Eden Hazard put up an incredible performance last night against Liverpool. The Belgian came from the bench to steal the show and score a solo goal to put Chelsea through to the next round of the Carabao Cup.

The Belgian international has now scored 6 goals in all competition for Chelsea this season a tally which took him till late November last season to score. His incredible form this season is catching the eye of many clubs and Fabregas has now revealed not many clubs can buy the Belgian international.

In an interview with Evening Standard after yesterdays game, Fabregas said: 

'It was an easy decision, especially now, because at this stage how much can Eden cost? He said

'Not many teams in the World can buy Eden Hazard. He still had two years left on his contract.'

Next year if he has one year left, that's a different story. You don't have as much power as a club. Eden is one of the best players in the world.'

'But having two years, especially how the market is, it's basically impossible to sign him up. I don't think it was that hard from the club.'

Fabregas also revealed Hazard has matured a lot and he is displaying great maturity on the pitch.

'I have had some great moments with Eden on the pitch but maybe in terms of maturity, yes it is the best [form of his career],' Fabregas added

'He has always had the ability but he is at an age now where he feels he can be more dangerous. He knows when to pass more when to dribble.'

'His maturity has improved a lot and now he is scoring goals, decisive goals which we all wanted from him.'

'When you see the top players, this is what they do. They make a difference in terms of scoring goals. I think he needed that to make the step forward and at the moment he is doing that so hopefully, he can keep it up.'

Chelsea plays Liverpool again on Saturday but this time it will at Stamford Bridge. Hazard will look to put up an incredible display again.

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