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He is young and he possibly will deliver, but as it stands, he has not been the game-changer. If you spend 90 million pounds, you do not want a 90 million pound problem, and I feel that is what there is now. You expect results and he has not quite delivered. We think of 90 million pounds for Gareth Bale, Luis Suárez, Ronaldo, Messi. They win games on their own. We do not know if Pogba can do that yet.feedback
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But in terms of flair players that I played with, of that type, Eden and what he's doing now is probably the best.feedback

For me, there's a new maturity about him – not just on the pitch, but off the pitch. He's doing more interviews, he's speaking English, and those things important when you become a player of his level. I think last year, and I am huge Eden Hazard fan, there were times when he was so confident in his ability that he would beat someone twice in midfield – he'd beat them and then beat them again. Now, there is a real directness to his play. He's more efficient and getting into areas to score goals.feedback

He has tried to deal with it but he hasn't really drawn a big line. He's drawn a half-hearted line. Now who knows where we are with it all?feedback

I don't think they've got a particularly strong dressing room, I really don't. I don't know them all personally but when you go through it you wonder who are the strong characters in that dressing room? There might be other players that are disgruntled, ones that are in and out of the team, and when criticism starts at a club it spreads. Sometimes players make excuses or all of a sudden they don't like the manager. When you're in that position, as Arsenal are, it becomes very difficult for the manager to deal with it.feedback

I think we are all aware that Pep Guardiola likes to defend from the front. He's very strong in his principles and he isn't about to change now.feedback

I think it's improved him and now you're seeing him be sharp. He's hungry, so maybe he took that test on board.feedback

Didier Drogba I always rave about because he was an all round striker, gave you everything, but in terms of an out-and-out goalscorer and a finisher, Aguero is the best I played with. He can be quiet for a lot of the game and then he'll score. He scores winning goals, he can score any kind of goal. Around the box he is lethal, he's sharp. I like him. With Aguero, it's a tough one. By nature I don't think he's a centre forward to charge around and defensively give you loads, but Pep has set him a test now and said: 'I need you to do that work for the team.feedback

He's a very confident lad. He has a way about him in his demeanour and how he trains every day, but he does produce and it's great to see him producing.feedback

We do need to give him time and flip forward to next season and see if he's improving. At £90m he has to be that dominant midfielder and I do believe that's in him.feedback

I feel like he's falling a little bit in between everything. When you pay £90m you want to see those results and he hasn't quite delivered.feedback

It was a signal of their intentions to spend £90m on a player who I wouldn't say is the finished article. He's got fantastic attributes - he's strong, great feet, he's bigger than you and quicker than you as a midfield player. But when you have a £90m price tag on your shoulders we analyse more and we wonder more. When you look at him at this stage of the season I'm still wondering what is his best position? What kind of player is he? What does he want to be. He's young and he possibly will do but, as it stands, he hasn't been the game-changer.feedback

Why did I pick Michael Keane? I think we have to give credit to Burnley as a team and to a player who has been let go by a top team and had to go back down the ladder and prove himself. I've seen some games where he has been fantastic this year. He might not be in everyone's team of the year - I could have picked anyone from Chelsea's back three and didn't want to overload with Chelsea - but you have to give respect to young English players who have made a mark in a team that are defending a lot. He has been outstanding. If he goes on, the big clubs will come calling.feedback

Whilst I have received a number of exciting offers to continue playing at home and abroad, at 38 I feel now is the time to begin the next chapter in my life.feedback

Whatever happens, in some capacity I will be at Chelsea, whether that's with my season ticket watching them…I don't know. I will be in very close contact. Whether I have a role is not all in my hands so I can't go any further than that. I am very relaxed about it which is a nice place to be.feedback

If the right thing comes then I'll take it. Obviously Chelsea, I would love that, but it doesn't always work that way.feedback

Whatever happens, in some capacity I will be at Chelsea, whether that's with my season ticket watching them...I don't know. I will be in very close contact.feedback

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