World-class wide man cost the Blues a whopping £32 million to buy from Ligue 1 outfit Lille.
Chelsea head coach Jose Mourinho is understood to have become totally bewildered at the attitude to training of playmaker Eden Hazard of late, according to reports in the Daily Mail.
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The mercurial Belgium international is said to be the very first player to leave the west London club’s training ground at Cobham, while at the same time also being the first man to leave the complex after lunch too.
And it is this laissez-faire professional attitude that is believed to be so infuriating the self-styled Special One, especially as the Portuguese regards Hazard as being one of, if not the, most technically accomplished players in the entire Blues first-team squad.
As such, Mou feels that the 22-year-old is somewhat wasting away his prodigious gifts and talents, with the pair having already clashed once before this season when Hazard was absent from training after missing his Eurostar train back to London after spending part of the weekend back in Northern France.
So far in this season, the Belgium international has managed to register eight goals and six assists in total in his 21 matches in all competitions, including six strikes and six assists in his 16 Premier League encounters for the west Londoners.