Eden Hazard misses Chelsea’s PAOK trip after complaining of tiredness

Eden Hazard misses Chelsea’s PAOK trip after complaining of tiredness

'The last one is Eden Hazard.

Although the Chelsea manager admits he is unsure on the details of the Spain international's injury, he does not expect it to be severe.

Hazard's hat-trick against Cardiff on Saturday sent Chelsea top of the Premier League table on goal difference after a ideal start under Maurizio Sarri.

The Hammers are off and running in the Premier League after beating Everton at Goodison Park last Sunday.

PAOK will now be firmly focused on making an impression in the Europa League, however, as they prepare to welcome Chelsea on Thursday night.

Although Foden played in City's final game of last season, it was only to ensure he won a title medal, but this season he clearly has every intention of becoming a permanent fixture.

Chelsea still hope that they can persuade him to stay with an improved contract offer.

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Sarri said to The Telegraph: "Eden Hazard told me that after the national team and after the match against Cardiff he was a little bit exhausted so I thought it was better to stay in Cobham, to have training and to rest".

Eden Hazard was one of four senior Chelsea players to be left behind after Maurizio Sarri flew-out to Greece with a 21-man squad ahead of tomorrow's clash with PAOK.

If it's not Mohamed Salah regarded as the best, then David de Gea and Kevin De Bruyne are in contention for most fans.

"I spoke with him before he started the week".

The French striker has under 12 months remaining on his contract and will be available as a free transfer at the end of the season unless the Blues extend his current deal. "For example the number 10, Dimitris Pelkas, I think he is a very good player".

"The problem is his shoulder, but I don't know exactly the situation", he told reporters after the game.

Twenty-one players have travelled and changes are expected, with the Blues seeking a sixth win from six Premier League games at West Ham on Sunday.