Hazard hopes for Jose return

Chelsea ace Eden Hazard has admitted he would love to see Jose Mourinho return to the club next season.

Last Updated: 14/05/13 at 10:36 Post Comment

Eden Hazard: Keen to see Jose Mourinho return to Chelsea

Eden Hazard: Keen to see Jose Mourinho return to Chelsea

Real Madrid coach Mourinho has been strongly linked with a move back to Stamford Bridge to replace interim boss Rafa Benitez this summer.

Spanish giants Real have paved the way for Mourinho to leave the Bernabeu after making an official approach for Paris Saint Germain chief Carlo Ancelotti.

Hazard, who is a major doubt for Chelsea's Europa League final against Benfica through injury, admits he would relish the opportunity to work under Mourinho.

"I would like him [Mourinho] to come here," Hazard told L'Equipe. "Mourinho is the best coach in the world.

"Everyone is talking about him here. He is not God, but almost.

"The fans and the players love him. I wait and see.

"First I am thinking of finishing the season, then going for a holiday. I will get any news in the press."

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