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While talking about Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri, Eden Hazard said: "He's an old man but the way he thinks is the same way I think about football".

Maurizio Sarri says Gonzalo Higuain will provide more than just goals for Chelsea after his arrival on loan last week.

Since signing from Lille in 2012 he's racked up 331 appearances for the club and scored 104 goals.

And the 60-year-old Blues boss says the 31-year-old striker is keen to respond from a disappointing loan spell at AC Milan earlier this season.

Sarri is a great manager.

"But I just think they're so reliant on this one player".

"Chelsea is not about Higuain and Hazard, it is about 25 players".

Sarri has had a mixed first season since arriving from Napoli, an abject 4-0 defeat to Bournemouth last month being perhaps the nadir.

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"I think that Gonzalo is suitable for my football".

Asked why he connects with Higuain better than with Morata, Sarri added: "Mentally, I think that we're the same".

Next up for Hazard, Higuain and Co is a trip to Manchester City on Sunday.

"I speak every day with Eden, but I speak with Eden about his position on the pitch", said Sarri, who has previously admitted he does not expect Hazard's final decision to be known until the summer.

He said: "After the match against Huddersfield, I was really very happy with the result and performance, but I know now we need consistency".

Higuain toiled on loan at AC Milan in the first half of the season, but the Argentina worldwide previously hit 36 Serie A goals in a season for Sarri's Napoli. "And so, he has to decide".

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