"When Chelsea won the Premier League under Jose Mourinho in 2015, Hazard was voted the PFA Player of the Year and I felt he had the potential to go on and become the best player in the world", Shearer told BBC Sport. At 27, this is a big World Cup for him and if he wants to showcase his abilities to get a move then he has got the ideal stage, because there is no bigger or better place.
Winning the FA Cup wasn't top of Chelsea's priority list at the start of the season, but Cahill conceded it was a welcome consolation a week after they failed to qualify for the Champions League following their fifth-place finish in the Premier League.
'Of course we will see if we can bring in some new players.
"I would like to think that their expectations with the money that has been spent and the structure of this football club with the way that it is done, is that you would like to think you are challenging for trophy and getting in the Champions League and being close to winning silverware as well".
"I think you have to understand if in this season we had the maximum or not".
"When you decide to take a coach like me, you must know who you are taking for this job", he said.
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"A lot of the lads have got big summers ahead", he said.
Hazard added: "If City keep playing like this, it is going to be hard, but you never know in football".
The manager said of his future: "I have a contract and I'm committed for this club". He won the Premier League in his first season while the FA Cup was won just this weekend.
Asked if the win against United would be dedicated to Conte, Cahill would only say: "We needed to win this for everybody, we are not in control of decisions".
Manchester United's problems on either wing have been very apparent throughout the season and Mourinho has recognised it as an area of concern.
"For sure we'll make the best decision".