Eden Hazard 'is too good for Chelsea'. Well, that's according to Jermaine Jenas.
Eden Hazard is very, very good. Arguably the best player in the Premier League. This season, he's wrecked havoc weighing in with 10 goals in the league.
But he was unable to steer his side to victory against Spurs in the League Cup semi-final first-leg, though 'he was unplayable at times' according to Jermaine Jenas who dropped a big clam about Chelsea's Belgium ace.
The BBC pundit reckons he's 'too good for Chelsea'.
"I thought he was unplayable at times," he said. "I actually said [in commentary] that I think he is too good for Chelsea."
Hazard enjoyed a superb World Cup in the summer, and was strongly linked with a mega-money transfer to Real Madrid yet he remained at Stamford Bridge.
Jenas is aware Chelsea are a top team but he believes Hazard 'has outgrown them'.
"Chelsea are obviously a top, top side but I think he has outgrown them. I think he has outgrown his position within that team," he added.
"He needs to move on. He is above a level of everybody else that is around him."
The 28-year-old continues to be linked with a move away from England.
He's won silverware at Chelsea in the shape of two Premier League titles, FA Cup, League Cup and the Europa League but the coveted Champions League has evaded his grasp.
Real Madrid, still looking to fill Cristiano Ronaldo's void, will no doubt be searching for a 'Galactico' with Hazard certainly fitting the bill.
Hazard to Real Madrid? Watch this space.