EDEN HAZARD insists Chelsea and Manchester United players do not care about Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho’s public spat.
The two managers have been involved in a war of words in recent weeks.
And the conflict has shown no sign of ending any time soon.
Conte is eager to speak with Mourinho face-to-face when Chelsea travel to Old Trafford on February 25.
But until then, Hazard outlines he and his team-mates will carry on as normal.
The Belgium international star, who has worked under both men, was in attendance at NBA London last night.
And when asked about Conte and Mourinho clashing, Hazard told DAZN: “I think it’s nothing.
“Both managers, not just Mourinho and Conte, they like to speak in the media.
“But as a player we just focus on the pitch.
“We don’t care what happens between them.
“We just want to win games, that’s the most important thing in football.”
Conte was asked today in his press conference about Fabio Capello’s comments on the saga, after he said both bosses were ‘out of their minds’.
But Chelsea blocked the Italian from responding in a bid to potentially quash the feud.
Hazard, meanwhile, is expected to start tomorrow when Leicester visit Stamford Bridge (3pm).