Spurs player names Hazard as Prem's best winger & 3 more under-radar stories at Chelsea today

Spurs player names Hazard as Prem's best winger & 3 more under-radar stories at Chelsea today

Barca and Arsenal target confirms Chelsea offer

Corinthians wonderkid Gabriel Moscardo, who has been linked with both Barcelona and Arsenal, has spoken about Chelsea's attempt to sign him recently.

The 18-year-old midfielder told talkSPORT: "There was a proposal from Chelsea months ago, but my agent and my parents try to give me as little information as possible. There is not long until the end of the season, they tell me to dedicate myself and do well, and that at the end of the season, there will be good things."

Werner likely to leave Leipzig

Timo Werner could be on his way out at RB Leipzig in the January window after failing to make an impact following his return from Chelsea last summer.

Club sporting director Rouven Schroder told Spox: "Timo is going through a difficult spell, and we are supporting him. Life isn't always sunshine. If he has the notion that he would like to do something else, then we will deal with it. He is a part of our team, and he has to face up to competition for places."

Spurs player names Hazard as Prem's best winger

Asked to name his five best wingers in the Premier League, Dejan Kulusevski told TNT Sports: “In first, I have to say Eden Hazard. He’s my favourite player since young. He made me happy, he made everybody happy by watching him play because it was just joy.

“It was just freedom, it was just like a child playing football, dribbling, scoring, assisting, having fun and that’s what football is about. Of course, I watched him a lot, so some movements, some turns with the ball, I try to copy him as much as I can, even though I’m much taller and it’s a little more difficult.”

Palmer reflects on Chelsea move

"It was a big move for me," Cole Palmer said of leaving Man City for Chelsea in an interview with the Daily Mail.

"I'd never been out of Manchester, not even on loan or anything like that. So to move down there on my own was a big thing.

"When I first went down there it was difficult, I was staying in a hotel but now I have settled in more and I'm enjoying it. It happened fast to be fair. I spoke to someone at Chelsea and I was speaking to my dad but I really didn’t know what to do.

"I was thinking about it for a couple of days, every minute of the day and then I thought for my career I thought I have to go and get regular game time.

"The competition that's there at City, the players that were there, the players that they were going to try to sign. It was gonna be hard."

AuthorGeorgy TsepkovskiySourceTribuna.com