When asked which Belgian he would like to see at Chelsea, Hazard named Manchester City’s De Bruyne and Roma’s Nainggolan.
He told COPA90, “In Belgium we have players, good players. It’s not: ‘I play for Chelsea so I don’t talk to the guy from Tottenham’ – no, we are together.
“In football it’s like this because, if it is not like this, all the national teams are in trouble.”
Chelsea under Jose Mourinho sold De Bruyne to German side, Wolfsburg and within few seasons, he returned to England with Manchester City.
The Belgian, when asked why he left Chelsea had previously told The Times:, “I just said I can play. I have no statistics – two games, what do you want me to do?
“I had a feeling I wasn’t even going to play. Even if he said you’re going to play more games, from two games I was maybe going to go to five. It was, for me, a good decision to leave. ‘
“For them, in the end, it was also a good decision. They sold me for more money for a player who didn’t play.”
Nainggolan, meanwhile, has been strongly linked with a move to Stamford Bridge and came close to joining the Blues ahead of the 2017/18 campaign.