Sarri rules out two players ahead of Crystal Palace game

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Hazard this week claimed he would make a decision at the end of the campaign whether he would stay or leave Chelsea.

Chelsea head into Sunday's Premier League encounter with Crystal Palace sitting in fourth place in the top-flight standings.

Speaking exclusively to Sky Sports, Sarri said, "I like to play in the Christmas days".

Madrid are long-time admirers of Hazard, and speculation linking the Belgian with a move to the Spanish capital has only intensified as his contract ticks down.

Hazard said he was "just focused on the pitch" after scoring twice in Chelsea's 2-1 win over Watford on Boxing Day, the 27-year-old having now scored four goals in his last four games.

Just look at how composed Chelsea's players are as they work the ball out from the back. "So I am not able to see the problem".

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Sarri, however, warned that losing Fabregas during the season would complicate his job. I think it's very hard to play every three days. My position is winger, you know, I feel better as a winger.

A sticking point in talks over a new deal for Fabregas is Chelsea's policy of only offering one-year extensions to players over the age of 30, and Sarri hinted that the club's stance is too broad and inflexible.

"I spoke with the club about this one month ago".

"We have a lot of unsung heroes who do not get the headlines that their performances deserve, but I don't think I am in an unusual situation with that".

"The deal is very hard for this reason [both players are over 30 years of age]".

Maurizio Sarri has in recent weeks used the left-sided winger on a number of roles in attack and it seems Eden Hazard is not particularly happy with these new roles. "It's a rule so we have to respect it".