Former Manchester United skipper lambasts Eden Hazard

Chelsea winger Eden Hazard is going through a tumultuous time this season.

The 25-year old, who won the Premier League player of the award last season, has suffered an inexplicable drop in his form. He has failed to score a single league goal this season and his only strike came via a penalty kick in the FA Cup win over MK Dons.

His loss in form was considered to be one of the main reasons behind the West London club’s struggles in the first part of the season. Many Chelsea fans still consider him to be one of the main contributors in the sacking of Jose Mourinho.

Hazard has consistently been linked with a move to Real Madrid and PSG recently, and his comments before the Champions League clash with PSG drew further wrath from the club fans.

In an interview with Le Parisien magazine, he mentioned that it would be hard for him to turn down a move to PSG in the future.

Now, former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane has voiced his criticism of the Belgian international. He picked some rather harsh words in his chastisement of the player following his disappointing performance in the 2-1 defeat against PSG.

“I really can’t understand these players. He signed an extension last year to his contract for another five years. We saw how good he was last year,” Keane said on ITV (via Goal.com).

“And then he’s coming out with all that nonsense on the eve of a big, big game.

“If I was one of his team-mates I’d kick him up and down the training pitch. Some of the senior players have got to get hold of him.

“A talented, talented boy but his attitude, even last night, he’s like a spoilt child. It’s absolutely ridiculous.”

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