Real Madrid star Eden Hazard has claimed, training under former Chelsea bosses Antonio Conte and Maurizio Sarri was much less fun than it is at his current club.
Hazard spent his time at Chelsea since 2012, when he joined from Lille. The Belgium international made 352 appearances for the Blues and scored 110 goals.
In the summer, he joined Real Madrid.
“The training is always with the ball," Hazard told L'Equipe . "When you have experimented with Italians, as I have done with Conte or Sarri, you have much less fun. Everything is more framed."
When asked about Sarri's coaching methods, Hazard added: "It's hard to compare. I was attracted to Zidane at Madrid and felt very identified. He fascinates me and has even some power over me. During Euro 2016 he told me: 'It would be good if you came'. And when Zidane calls you it's hard to say no. He loves his players and you feel that the dressing room is happy to have him as a coach."
Source- The Mirror