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The Blues' £32m recruit claims he is ready to deal with expectations but expects there to be some 'bad games', while Victor Moses' move to the European champions has stalled again

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard has insisted he will be able to justify his huge price tag once the new season gets underway.

The Belgian sensation signed for the European champions last month in a £32 million deal from Lille Metropole.

And big things are expected of the Ligue 1 Player of the Season after he netted 20 times in 35 appearances and contributed 16 assists for the French side during the 2011-12 campaign.

However, the pressure that comes with such a hefty transfer fee is not affecting Hazard.

He told The Sun, “My transfer fee does not put pressure on me. I am ‘Zen’ — very calm — about it.”

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Despite the Belgian’s confidence, he admits there will be a few poor games as he adapts to the rigours and demands of the Premier League.

“I am going to play [some] bad games,” Hazard conceded.

Another big name linked with Chelsea in the transfer window has been Wigan Athletic’s Victor Moses.

The Blues have reportedly already seen a £6m opening bid rejected by Wigan and it would appear that the move has stalled once more, with the Latics holding out for £10m.

And Moses’ agent, Neil Fewings, has dismissed speculation about a deal being done for the 21-year-old.

“Reports that a £9m deal has been agreed between Chelsea and Wigan are not true,” Fewings confirmed to The Sun.

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