Maurizio Sarri said Chelsea will not keep Eden Hazard against his will as the club brace themselves for an official approach from Real Madrid to sign the winger this summer. Speaking in a news conference ahead of Chelsea's clash with Dynamo Kiev in the Europa League round of 16, Sarri insisted he is not dwelling on the uncertainty surrounding Hazard's future but reiterated that he will respect the Belgian's decision. Asked if Zidane's return to Madrid makes Hazard's exit this summer more likely, Sarri replied: "You have to ask Hazard, I think. I did not speak to Eden about Zidane. I am not worried. You know very well my opinion -- I only want players that want to play for Chelsea." Chelsea's confidence of keeping Hazard has been receding for months, with the Belgium international having made no attempt to hide his attraction to Madrid while spurning Chelsea's attempts to reopen talks over a contract extension that would make him the highest-paid player in their history.