- Eden Hazard would like to team up with Kevin De Bruyne and Radja Nainggolan at Stamford Bridge
- De Bruyne was sold by Chelsea to Wolfsburg for £16m in 2014
- Nainggolan admitted he was in talks with a move to the Blues last season
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Belgian duo Kevin De Bruyne and Radja Nainggolan are the players that Eden Hazard would like to team up with at Chelsea.
In an interview with YouTube football channel Copa90, Hazard was quizzed over which national teammate he would want the Blues to sign.
De Bruyne had a five month stint at Chelsea in 2013 before being loaned out to Werder Bremen and extending his stay by signing permamently for Wolfsburg in a £16m deal.
The advanced midfielder has proven it was wrong for the champions to sell him as he’s the focal point for Premier League leaders Manchester City.
Meanwhile, Nainggolan admitted that he turned down a move to Stamford Bridge after expressing his loyalty to Serie A side Roma.
Hazard also revealed to Copa90 that there’s no division between the national team despite the variety of Premier League clubs that feature Belgium players.
Copa90 quotes Hazard saying:
“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.”