Former Chelsea star, Eden Hazard has shared his opinion on Romelu Lukaku's move from Manchester United to Inter Milan while also talking about the difference between two of his former managers at Chelsea, Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri.
Hazard made the switch to Real Madrid from Chelsea this summer in what he called his 'dream' move after spending five years with the Blues.
Speaking in an interview with Corriere Della Sera, the Belgium captain was asked about his former coaches while he was at Chelsea and he said:
"Lukaku? He is a fantastic striker, a bomber who knows how to adapt to all the conditions of the game. He scores a lot - and this is important for a striker - but it would be a mistake to consider him only for this. He can do many things. For example, he is a specialist to create what we call 'second plays'. With him in the team, they all play better."
Who impressed me the most out of Conte and Sarri? I learned a lot from them. They are different from each other, both in character and in football, but they have one thing in common: they are two winners. They have a marked style, they know which directions to give to the group.
"If I follow the Serie A? Certainly. Football has always been my passion and the Italian league is one of the most important in the world."