Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has confirmed there is no bad blood between him and the former PFA winner
He has insisted that he harbors no hard feelings about Eden Hazard following his departure from the Blues last year.
The Portuguese coach was sacked by Chelsea Football Club back in December after a horrible start to the season, at the time Hazard struggled for both form and fitness.
Mourinho since then has taken over the Red Devils, while Antonio Conte is now in charge at Stamford Bridge.
Speaking at the build-up to Saturday’s Manchester derby, the United boss was questioned about the alleged breakdown in the relationship between Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Pep Guardiola at Barcelona.
However, Jose played down any suggestion and used the situation with Hazard as another example.
“I never read Zlatan saying that Guardiola is a bad manager.
“I never read it. I don’t think he is motivated. It is normal between managers and players you have more connections with some than others, but that doesn’t mean you hate each other.
“I read something, for example, that Eden [Hazard] is in love with Antonio [Conte] and was not in love with me. But he’s not my enemy, it’s just feeling, that’s fine. I am happy for him.