The 31-year-old playmaker featured under Arsene Wenger at Arsenal, Pep Guardiola at Barcelona and Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte at Chelsea.
However, the Chelsea fans will be fully aware that the club must win silverware this season to keep someone like Hazard happy - and even that may not be enough should Madrid make their move at the campaign's end. "Definitely I'm very happy with him".
"I'd love to stay at the club".
"It's very, very rare in the Premier League, so we've just got to hope that the chances they do create fall to someone other than Hazard and hopefully they have an off day".
Highly-decorated Cahill, 32, has won every domestic honour in the game with Chelsea but has admitted he is considering quitting the club in January in search of regular first-team football.
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With Sarri making eight changes to his starting eleven against MOL Vidi this week, he has a well rested set of players to choose from ahead of this one. This is what I like. With Maurizio Sarri coming in from Napoli, important players like Eden Hazard, Willian and David Luiz once again appear to be playing with smiles on their faces.
"He wants to work hard and he's very fast in moving the ball, which is important for us, although there is also Cesc Fabregas, who has the same potential as Jorginho".
"The way he sees football is something that maybe in the future if I become a coach I think I'll do something very similar to what he does". On the pitch he's always trying to do his best for the team.
Davide Zappacosta, Gary Cahill, Andreas Christensen, Emerson Palmeiri, Cesc Fabregas and Ruben Loftus-Cheek are expected to drop out while Alvaro Morata could also make way despite scoring the victor against Vidi.
Last season Loftus-Cheek enjoyed an impressive loan spell at Crystal Palace and was rewarded with a place in England's World Cup squad.