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Chelsea crisis: Are The Blues falling apart?

Chelsea crisis: Hazard wants escape, Pedro regrets but Ramires pens new deal

October 29, 2015 By Oscar Rojas
Sources indicate that the Belgian midfielder has requested his agent to start looking for a new place to call home, while the former Barca winger is having second thoughts about joining the EPL Champions.

Chelsea's season has been disappointing, to say the least. Currently two spots clear of relegation positions, the Blues have failed to impress just months after lifting their Premier League title, even with most of the players responsible for it available. While some footballers maintain themselves loyal to Jose Mourinho's cause, some others like Eden Hazard seem to be ready to jump ship. Furthermore, new signings like Pedro haven't been able to turn things around for the struggling Premier League champions, and their future could be well away from Stamford Bridge.

Hazard, on his way out?

Reports from Spain have revealed that the 2014 PFA Player of the Year, Eden Hazard, has requested his agent to start looking for a new place to call home. Sources indicate that the Belgian playmaker wants to play for Real Madrid, given Florentino Perez's interest to sign the former Lille footballer. Nevertheless, his salary and most importantly, his recent performances would make it complicated for Hazard to end up joining Los Blancos.

Hazard missed the last penalty of the Capital One Cup clash against Stoke City, having a direct influence in the game's outcome and Chelsea's eventual elimination.

Pedro, second thoughts that affect his performances?

One of this year's stellar signings in all of the Premier League was Pedro, the talented Spanish wingman. After putting up quite a performance for the Blues during his first game, the former Barcelona man has failed to live up to the hype, even struggling with physical problems and losing his starting spot in Mou's lineup. Meanwhile, his former team is fighting at the top of La Liga, and with Lionel Messi out for five weeks now, his desire for minutes would have been fulfilled. That said, the player from Islas Canarias has reportedly told his inner circle he regretted moving away from his life-long club, and if there was a window open for his return, he would consider it without hesitation.

Pedro has only scored one goal and handed out an assist for Chelsea in six EPL games. Curiously enough, both of them came during his debut game against West Brom.

Ramires, still loyal to the cause

28-year-old midfielder Ramires will not be moving away from Stamford Bridge in the near future, after the club revealed the Brazilian signed a contract extension today. The player, who has performed nine times for the Blues in all competitions, showed his grattitude to the team, aiming for an extended stay with the Blues.

"My family and I are very happy here in London and in the past five years the club has lifted every major trophy. I hope to be an important part of many more successes in the next four year," Ramires stated after signing his deal.

The club revealed the news to its fans via their website, although terms of the agreement were not disclosed.

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